Brantley Comfortable In New Gator Offense
John Brantley has endured the criticism of an offense not tailored to his strengths, but this fall there will be no excuses for the former Trinity Catholic High star. Brantley, entrenched as the Florida Gators starting quarterback, learned a new offense over the spring and has worked on perfecting the "pro-style" attack, along with his receivers this fall. Brantley said he felt nervous about making calls and correct reads in the spring, but now is comfortable with the language, and is on the same page with his receivers heading into the start of the college football season.
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