Those who watched the Sugar Bowl saw a Gator team that tried and failed to win by throwing. We got down early and we just couldn't do it. Lots of reasons, poor pass blocking, it's not who we were, and first year in new system, and played a good D. Let's just say in the course of this year, we are behind by two or more TDs. Could be due to turnover taken to the house, could be punt or kick return, could be a combo of things. Our current style is methodically plodding down the field, eating clock. A penalty here and there, a dropped pass, incompletions, rbs getting stuffed can easily eat clock and have nothing to show for it. I am hoping WM has contingency plans to move the ball quickly if needed by air. We have seen this with uga when they needed to score quickly vs clemson. Sometime during the course of this year, we will need to scrap our gameplan and go to plan B. I am hoping this team is ready to do that. So far, I've yet to see it. I'm hoping this year is different. JD is in the second year of same O. Hopefully the OL improves pass blocking. I believe Matt Jones and our FBs are better at picking up blitzers. I hope our wrs are better at finding open areas. At some point, I would like for us to work on this during a game, maybe vs kentucky. The concern I have is with long drives that eat clock, will we score enough to feel comfortable in letting the ball rip? I would hope the coaches would know and the team would know that if plan B is needed we are capable. I don't know that we know that at this point and I don't know if WM will do that during the game.