Posted by Adam Jacobi
The good news for Florida: they lead Miami University 21-6 at the break. The bad news: virtually none of Florida's advantage has been the result of their offense, and Urban Meyer is acutely aware of this.
Leaving the field at halftime, Meyer told the sideline reporter that Florida's first half was "about as bad as we've ever played around here." Meyer said the offense needed to change "everything," and said they'd only gained 14 net yards on the half.
We'll just point out that the Florida offense gained 32 yards in the first half, and even if Meyer includes penalties, Florida accounted for 16, not 14, net yards. But that is the nit-pickiest of the nit-picky, and Florida's rivals must be salivating at seeing such an inept offensive performance against a mediocre-at-best Miami defense in the first half.