I'm still collecting my thoughts, but I hated this game not just because we lost but how we lost. I never believed we could have a 2-3 touchdown quarter and embarrass Miami. Heck even though I thought we'd pull it out, I never believed I was going to get on my feet a cheer. I read post after post about how winning washes all sins, and I no longer think that's true. Football is not what it used to be. We aren't going to games because our homes are cheaper, and more comfortable. When we are at home we expect to be entertained, and every game competes with everything else on TV, the Net, even our kids. If we don't end up changing the channel that temptation makes us even angrier when we lose, and even if we win we are less boastful, less proud. Our attention spans are shorter, and football has become about entertainment 1st and winning a close (but clear) 2nd. I think a coach will have a longer career at Florida if he can put up 40+ points a game and "only" be a NC contender 3-4 years, than a coach that always seems to have perennial top-10 team but wins on time of possession and by less than a touchdown. Of course NCs change that math, but Nick Saban is really the only coach this generation who can consistently deliver NCs. Look at Mark Richt. He's not a great coach, but he puts up enough points, and is competitive often enough that he sticks around. Bottom line is any coach at Florida needs to be good, but they need to be a whole lot less good if they keep us entertained. Yes we are spoiled. We came of age under the fun-n-gun, and we won 2 NCs with Tebow and Harvin. The only real winning we've seen is with high power offenses….and yes the defenses on those team were great too, but it’s not what we remember. But that's the deal at Florida. I think we'll win lots of games this season, but its going to be painful. If the problem is our HC then he needs to be reminded of the expectations of a coach at Florida. If it’s our OC then we need to find somebody who can energize the team and is willing to stay a few years after he does (a new OC every year doesn’t work either). If Foley is in a situation to hire a head coach again, he needs to put "offensive genius" near the top of the requirements.