Though Florida’s 33-17 loss to Michigan on Saturday afternoon may not look like it was a particularly horrendous offensive performance, it was actually atrocious.

Both of the Gators’ touchdowns were scored by the defense — one on a pick-six by Duke Dawson and one on a pick-six by CJ Henderson.

The Florida offense combined for a disappointing 192 yards (only 11 of which came on the ground) and three turnovers.

That prompted former Georgia quarterback and current CBS analyst Aaron Murray to question why the Gators have struggled to find a talented quarterback since Tim Tebow left Gainesville:


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To be fair, the Gators were without top WR Antonio Callaway and starting RB Jordan Scarlett, both of whom were suspended for their involvement in a misuse of school funds case.

Florida hosts Northern Colorado next weekend, so there’s still time for the Gators to figure out their offensive woes before their SEC schedule starts.

However, it doesn’t sound like Murray has much confidence in coach Jim McElwain’s offense moving forward.