Now after the emotion of the game as subsided some, I understand that Muschamp has only been here two years and is in the process of transforming this team into a consistent National threat. We are obviously not there yet, but we are building a team similar to Alabama. We are very short in some areas though particularly: 1) OL play---very inconsistent. We need to amp up the recruiting on the OL. Some guys are good, some guys should not be starting, and the depth is not there. This OL is nowhere close to where Alabama was last year. This is one area of weakness. 2) TE. In a prostyle offense a TE is key. On that 4th and 1 when Miami packed the middle, the play was play action and quick hit to the TE or TE on an out and the QB has the option to run or pass. 3) The big WR as in big, tall, possession guy. We dont have him yet. He may be on our team, but does not appear ready at this time to be the man. 4) The QB who is a game manager and does not make mistakes. We don't need a stud, just a smart QB who will limit mistakes and make good decisions. Our defense is there, but our offense needs some help and particularly at the positions above. Muschamp has had to overall this offense completely from a spread to prostyle and completely change the mindset of this team. He is doing it, but we appear to still be in transformation and suffering from some growing pains. The recruiting needs to pick up at the positions above though, and the development of these players needs to be addressed. I am willing to give our head coach a chance, and truly believe he has the right vision for our consistent success, but there are glaring holes at this time.