GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida's running game was a bruising, bashing attack the last three years. It was practical, predictable
and one of the most potent in the country.
It was, for the most part, the Tim Tebow show.
Running backs often stood around and watched the beefy
quarterback keep the ball, serving as the team's short-yardage
specialist and its go-to guy. He ran more than 600 times the last
three seasons, gaining nearly 2,500 yards and scoring 49
Without Tebow, Florida's running game will be considerably
different this fall. But with Jeff Demps, Emmanuel Moody, Mike
Gillislee and Mack Brown in the backfield, it also remains the
team's biggest strength.