December 10, 2013
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida starts the passer and brings
the runner off the bench. LSU starts the runner and brings the
passer off the bench.
Although the schemes and substitution patterns differ, both
teams will use two quarterbacks when the 14th-ranked Gators host
the 12th-ranked Tigers on Saturday night - even if it does make
them a little predictable on offense.
Florida coach Urban Meyer is doing it because he wants to. LSU's
Les Miles is doing it because he has to.
Regardless of the rationale, the adage, "When you have two
quarterbacks, you don't have one" might apply to both programs.
The Gators rank ninth in the league in total offense and pass
efficiency. The Tigers are 11th in offense and last in pass