In a season that has been brutally tough for his side of the ball, Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease got a break from the ongoing criticism last week.
Despite losing 19-14 at South Carolina, the Gators put up a strong fight behind a makeshift offensive line and with third-stringer Skyler Mornhinweg at quarterback. Pease also was handcuffed by needing to double team star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney all night. UF relied on a variety of run plays to reach 200 yards on the ground, and Pease considered it his most creative game plan of the year.
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