Billy Napier had a lot to say about the state of his Florida Gators 2 weeks away from opening weekend.

Talking to the press after Florida’s second scrimmage, the head coach on Sunday discussed the improvement of the offense and the status of the running backs among several topics addressed on team picture day. Napier reported that the offense played well in the second scrimmage, however the defense needs to improve on its gap integrity and tackling.

For Gator fans, it’s largely good news from the Swamp. However, backup QB Jack Miller will miss the first 2 games of the season following thumb surgery.

Although positive overall, Napier also hit on some areas that need improvement.

While Anthony Richardson is the bona fide starter, the Gators have other developments at quarterback. Redshirt freshman Jalen Kitna and walk-on Kyle Engel appear to be in line for the backup and third-string spots.

The Gators’ improved offense will be tested to start the season, as Florida takes on No. 7 Utah on Sept. 3 in Gainesville.