Florida will limp into its spring game Saturday. The Orange and Blue Debut won’t be a normal spring game, but Jim McElwain’s team will try and make the most of it.

Because of the injuries and lack of depth along the offensive line, details are still being ironed out about how Saturday’s spring game will go. The plan, however, is to create game-like situations.

“We’re going to try to go 12-minute quarters and have as much of a competitive game as we can,” McElwain said.

When asked what he hopes the team gets out of Saturday’s spring game, McElwain pointed to another opportunity for the players to be in The Swamp, and that some game-like situations would be helpful.

McElwain said the way the team has paid attention to details has been one of the biggest things that has stood out this spring, and he’s singled out the receivers lately for their improved route running. He also gave an overall impression of the offense and defense heading into Saturday.

“Overall, adapting to the offensive change, I think those guys have done a pretty good job,” McElwain said. “We’ve got a good defense. Those guys are playing their tails off. That’s a good unit.”

McElwain was also asked about the passing game throughout spring practice, to which he replied, “It’s just okay, to be honest.”

Florida fans will be paying close attention to quarterbacks Will Grier and Treon Harris Saturday, and fans, players and coaches alike hope to see an improved air attack.