Attitude Adjustment; Zook Says Fedora's Personality Best Fits Florida's Offensive Philosophy

By DiRocco, Michael | The Florida Times Union, February 7, 2004 | Go to article overview

Attitude Adjustment; Zook Says Fedora's Personality Best Fits Florida's Offensive Philosophy


DiRocco, Michael, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Michael DiRocco, The Times-Union

The major change Florida coach Ron Zook made to his coaching staff Thursday will result in very minor differences in the Gators' offense in 2004.

Zook said Larry Fedora, promoted from perimeter game coordinator to replace Ed Zaunbrecher, will not make any changes to the offense. There will be some small adjustments, but Zook called them nothing more than "tweaks" to the system that Fedora and Zaunbrecher developed the past two seasons.

"This offense is not going to change," Zook said. "When I hired Ed and Larry, it was with the understanding that this system is never going to change.

"We don't have to retool anything. A tweak."

Fedora said those tweaks will be so minor that he doubts than fans will be able to tell the difference.

"We're not going to overhaul the system," Fedora said. "It will be different from Ed because I'm not Ed. There's going to be some differences, [but] whether you're going to be able to pick those out, I don't know."

Zook said he understands that people may not understand why the change was made because it just appears as if the move was just a transfer of title from one coach to another. But Zook said Fedora brings a more up-tempo attitude that Zook believes better fits the personality of the team.

"That's just Larry's personality," said Zook, who has been wrestling with the decision since the Gators' loss to Iowa in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1.

Fedora said criticism that the Gators don't throw the ball down the field upset him as much as Zook.

"We ran far less bubble screens this year than the first year," said Fedora, who will call the plays from the press box. "It's not even close. But the perception is that's all we do."

Zook said he also decided to make the move because having Zaunbrecher work exclusively with the quarterbacks would be an asset for sophomore Chris Leak. …

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