Yes Driskell made some bad decisions, maybe even bone headed decisions. Still, remember this is the same fan base that largely gave up on Chris Leak as points too. Some of the same things were said about him, "We will never win an SEC championship with Chris Leak" etc., In my opinion the Miami debacle is exactly why you don't go vanilla and play conservative against the Bowling Greens and Toledos of the football world. Will has to let the offense loose and get game reps of some more "creative" offense when we are playing overmatched teams. My thought is the more creative reps in those situations only help us when we must be creative against big-boy defenses. Clearly there is plenty of blame to spread around in this loss. Coaches and players alike made mistakes. I'm glad Burton manned up and admitted he ran the wrong route on one of the int's, in fact he's quoted as saying it was his worst game ever. I only wish the coaching staff would admit their mistakes. How many times have you heard Spurrier admit the coaching staff let the players down? Most big losses, he took the blame. I think eventually, Will M. will be a great head coach. But he is clearly still learning on the job. (At one point I was wondering if Les Miles was coaching us) This is what happens when you hire a head coach with zero head coaching experience to lead one of the top 10 programs in the country. I'm sure Spurrier and Meyer made plenty of mistakes and learned a lot at Duke and Bowling Green. In short, it's a team loss, players, coaches, even Foley- not a Driskell loss.