Florida basically only used 6 players vs. UCONN which limited the press. Finney-Smith was basically the only bench player when you consider D.Walk played 2 minutes and Kurtz played 6.
Speaking of D.Walk I would sneak him on Napier for a couple of possessions per half to throw a different look. I think he could play off a few feet to protect against the blow-by and still is long enough to alter the jump shot. This also would give Wilbekin/Hill a bit of a break and chance to pressure Boatright.
UF needs to pound the paint but don't force it. UCONN will scout the Dec. 2nd game and I have to believe they will double down and roll the dice with the UF perimeter game. Worst thing UF could do is consistently try to go to work down low against double teams. One on one yes but post players working against double teams usually means bad shots or turnovers.
Abuse the glass! Napier is the Huskies leading rebounder. We are not talking 6'9" Kyle Anderson here. Napier is a 6' guard. BTW, their center, Nolan, fouled out against the Gators in 11 minutes of action.