We keep hearing about how Muschamp wants our program to mirror Bama's. However, there is a key, fundamental difference between our respective programs. Bama's DNA is and has always been sound, fundamental football with dominant offensive and defensive lines. They have never been known for any flash. Florida, on the other hand, has at the core of its DNA pure athleticism which is predicated on its unique and expansive recruiting base. Pell, and then Spurrier, exploited this talent base. Spurrier produced a fun, exciting and championship style of play, bolstered by strong and athletic defenses, that we all came to view as our birthright. It defined Florida. Meyer followed that up with his version of the spread, which is founded on speed and personnel mismatches. At its height, it was really fun to watch, but more importantly, it was a style of play that the recruits wanted to play, and the fans wanted to watch. Muschamp is in year three of his endeavor to turn our program into Bama's model. It should now be evident that we are not Bama, just as Bama is not us. Our recruiting base does not want to play for a slow-tempo team; and our fans surely would prefer a more exciting brand of offense (even with the crazy wins last year). I really think Muschamp has done a great job with certain aspects of our program. But if he is to remain here, he needs to understand and appreciate that his mindset of what a Florida offense should look does not comport with those who want to play, and those who want to pay to see it. And he needs to adjust his philosophy accordingly. If not, maybe it is time to fully acknowledge by all that this is a mismatch for all concerned.