It seems to me that our head coach might have a bad case of Defensive Coordinator Disease. Muschamp spent so much of his career as a DC, that when he was promoted to head coach, he was unable to shake the need to be a great defensive coordinator. So much so that he directs the game plan for the offense to support the defense. That explains the obsession with Time-of-Possession over scoring, the emphasis on the running game at the expense of downfield passing, etc. These things make the defense look better, even if they don't win games. Muschamp has an ultra-conservative philosophy that seems to be getting in the way of winning games. You have to take a few chances on offense to make big plays happen, which get you in the end zone. We found out today that Driskel is capable of throwing for 290+ yards in a game, when he is not turning the ball over. Most of those yards were after we got behind and got desperate, of course. But what if Muschamp had opened things up earlier? Would that help create opportunities for the running game? Most importantly, you have to be unpredictable with offensive play-calling. When you call run-run-pass every series, you are handing a huge advantage to the defense. We have a junior QB and mostly upperclassmen on the OL, so we should be able to expand the playbook a little and keep the defense on its heels once in a while.