JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (CBS Tampa) – Tim Tebow, now an analyst for the SEC Network, has been a supporter of the Florida Gator’s football team even though the team has struggled this season.

However, during an interview with 1010XL – a Jacksonville radio station – Tebow expressed some concerns over the Gator’s offense.

Tebow worries the players have not learned to work together. “I don’t think that offense has an identity right now, and I don’t think that they know what they want their identity to be,” Tebow said in the interview.

He also thinks that the team suffers from a lack of direction.  “One of the biggest problems on the offense is leadership,” Tebow said about the Gators during the interview.

Florida’s offense has been very inconsistent this year.  Jeff Driskel, a redshirt junior starting quarterback, is ranked last in passing efficiency in the nation.

The Gators are also ranked 112 in the country in yards per play.  Driskel also has the worst passer rating in the Southeastern Conference and is only averaging 5.1 yards per pass attempt.

Last week, Missouri blew Florida away by a score of 42-13.  Following that game, athletic director Jeremy Foley issued a statement that indicated an evaluation of head coach Will Muschamp will come after the season.

The Gators are counting on fan support for the Cocktail Party rivalry game against Georgia on November. 1.

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