I love Jo Goodman's description from a few weeks ago of Florida's offense as "Thundercat" (rather than "Wildcat").
And he checks back in on it -- actually, reality-checks back in on it: Things aren't as dire as the naysayers are projecting.
Yes, the red-zone efficiency is not what it was last year. (One of the pillars of Meyer's "Plan to Win.") The turnovers are a problem. (Another pillar.) The sacks allowed are a big issue.
But, otherwise, things are clicking. Tim Tebow was right yesterday: Take away the takeaways and the margin of victory is substantially wider. (The same can be said about the Tennessee game.)
Goodman has a breakdown of all the relevant step-back-from-the-ledge stats, but this paragraph summed it up:
"Must the Gators rely on Tebow to win games? Obviously, yes. Should they? Absolutely. Is he not one of the greatest college football players in the history of the game? OK, so don't complain when the guy goes out and wins games."