I agree with you for the most part here, the two picks that Driskel threw in the red zone were 100% on him. I was in the stands, and on the first pick there was nobody open, so that ball needed to be thrown to the fans. Instead he tried to force a late throw over the middle of the field, both of which are no-nos. On the second INT it looked like Driskel again threw the ball late. Even if that pass had been completed it was going be well short of the first-down, so I put some of the blame on the play call in this situation. I cannot agree with Muschamp on this one. When we lined up to attempt the two point conversion, I initially thought that we would just motion all the players to the middle of the field and attempt the PAT. So I could not believe it when we actually attempted the two-point conversion. I just do not see the purpose of going for two points in that scenario. Miami had just capitalized on Matt Jones' turnover with a touchdown, and had all the momentum in their favor. Then we block a punt, which we promptly converted into 6 points. Why risk missing the two-point conversion and giving some of that momentum back to UM? I realize he said that we missed the block, but to me that is a high risk, low reward play, and one that I do not want to see in the future (unless necessary). I understand why you would be frustrated by this; I was somewhat annoyed watching Robinson and Fullwood running off the field constantly. However, it appears that the top wideouts are 1.) Dunbar 2.) Burton and 3.) Patton, with Robinson and Fullwood as the next best options. It is pretty scary to think that one of our top wideouts has played numerous positions since he arrived on campus (Burton) and the other has a frame smaller than Chris Rainey. One can only hope that our freshmen wideouts develop at a rapid pace throughout the season. I noticed this from the stand as well. There were a number of times where there appeared to be a nice cutback lane(s) available to Jones (in particular) and he instead plowed straight into the line of scrimmage. Hopefully it was a case of him being rusty from having missed all of camp, but he definitely missed the chance to make some bigger plays. It is hard to say whether Taylor/Herndon have better vision than Jones at this point given the limited number of game reps that both have received, but some of the runs today had me wondering. Muschamp went on record and called Matt Jones "and elite SEC tailback," so I am hopeful that Jones will improve in this aspect as the season rolls along. I was also disappointed with the offensive line today, I know that we have had to shuffle personnel around due to injuries, but they did not generate the type of push that I expected. Given the way that we were able to run the ball against SEC teams when the offensive line was healthy last year, I expecting them to have their way with UM's front seven. However, the line seemed to pass protect well today, so hopefully when Halapio comes back from injury they can put a complete game together against Tennessee.