GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- No. 10 Florida doesn't have any identity issues.
The Gators know exactly who they are under third-year coach Will Muschamp: a blue-collar, physical group that's going to try to beat opponents up and wear them down on both sides of the ball.
It's mostly boring, often predictable and fairly successful.
It's Muschamp's mark. And it's Florida's way these days.
In the season opener, a 24-6 victory over Toledo on Saturday, the Gators looked to be in midseason form.
They ran for 262 yards and two touchdowns, were efficient in the passing game and dominant on defense. It's the same formula that helped Florida win 11 games last season and reach the Sugar Bowl.