Florida needs consistency from signal-caller Grier
The margin of error for Florida versus Ole Miss is relatively thin.
#Gators QB Will Grier vs Tennessee: 1st down: 8/17, 71 yds 2nd down: 8/12, 68 yds, TD, INT 3rd down: 2/8, 21 yds 4th down: 5/5, 123 yds, TD
— Landon Watnick (@LandonWatnick) September 30, 2015
At times, quarterback Will Grier has performed well with both his arm and legs. While no one would mistake him for Trevone Boykin running the football, he can be effective in that capacity.
Perhaps more than in any game this year, Grier has to take care of the football. Ole Miss’ offense can be exceptionally lethal in terms of scoring points. If Grier turns the ball over, the Rebels have the capability of capitalizing on those potential turnovers.
"If we can get him to figure out 1, 2, 3, that would be a pretty good deal," McElwain said, when asked about Grier's fourth quarter.
— Robbie Andreu (@RobbieAndreu) September 30, 2015
The Florida signal-caller flashes brilliance at times, such as during the fourth quarter last week in the victory over Tennessee. However, Grier needs to be consistent for an entire football game. It’s something that has been a bit of an issue this year. Ole Miss is far too talented not to take advantage of any glaring miscues.