Gators Breakdown: The 2018 Gator Panel – Mid-season Review

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The 2018 Gator Panel gets back together to review the first half of the 2018 season. The Gators sit at 6-1 and the panel will take a look back to see how the Gators have exceeded expectations.

Gators Breakdown’s David Waters is joined by:

Corry “Unkle Silkk” Knowles – Big 3 Roll Up

Zach Abolverdi – GatorBait Magazine and ESPN Radio Gainesville

Tate Casey – Former Florida Tight End and Gator Radio Network

Nick De La Torre –

Thomas Goldkamp – Swamp 247

Graham Hall – Gainesville Sun

Tyler McCaw – Insider Heat

Dan Thompson –

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  • Joe Mancinik
    Posted at 03:24h, 18 October

    Tate: Something I'd like to see on the sidelines I haven't seen the last four years…
    Tyler: Coaching?
    Lol yes

  • Jared Dent
    Posted at 04:20h, 18 October

    Mullen said at the beginning of the year, after reviewing the talent on the team, his expectation was to win the east this year, this isn’t too surprising to me

  • Chris Potter
    Posted at 06:15h, 18 October

    Great job, thanks!

  • Lucas Mann
    Posted at 11:43h, 18 October

    Great job guys as always

  • larryjolafountain
    Posted at 23:48h, 18 October

    I’m glad i stumbled on this video. I appreciate y’all doing this. Just in time to make the bye week bearable.

  • David Scruggs
    Posted at 02:05h, 19 October

    Loved the insight

  • HardcoreGator
    Posted at 16:41h, 19 October

    Most improved offensively would be Moral Stephens in my book. From completely unused to a real threat in the passing game. At least Franks had the physical tools and some experience. Few people even know who Stephens was before this season.

    Most improved defensively I'll go with Chauncey due mainly to his improvement in attacking the ball carrier.

    Offensive MVP is Perine. On the ground, through the air, pass pro, and even lead blocking on designed QB carries. Guy has been doing it all well.

    Defensive MVP I'm gonna go with Vosean Joseph here. Polite is very important, no doubt, but the drop off isn't as severe with guys like Zuniga and Cece Jefferson. After Vosean Joseph, the playmaking ability of the linebackers takes a pretty large dip.

    I'd have to agree with Nick that consistency is what I'd like to see improve the most. We go through lulls both offensively and defensively and it'll come back to bite us eventually if we don't clean that up.

    Posted at 19:16h, 19 October