Wow - you only saw 4 games in the balance? You had a lot more faith in our team than what I saw. Bowling Green had us tied 14-14 late in the 3rd, only for us to win it in the 4th quarter. A&M had us on our heels in the first half. It took a TD in the 4th quarter and holding their offense in the 2nd half for the victory. If this wasn't A&Ms first game of the season, most people said we would have lost. UT - 3rd straight game where we had to comeback in order to win the game. This was a UT team that won just 1 game in the SEC all year mind you. UK - finally a game to relax/breathe. LSU - down at halftime once again. A great 2nd half to seal the W against a good LSU team that has been just as handicapped as us on offense the last few years. Vandy - a good solid victory that should have been easier. USC - great overall W against a quality USC team. UGA - ineptitude all over the offensive side of the ball. 9 total points against a UGA defense that was being shredded every week by much less talented teams. Mizzou - Took late, last second heroics to win LA -Lafayette - Took really late heroics Jax St - we looked bad in this game despite the score FSU - another 2nd half push to win UL - I don't even want to go there... I count 9 games that were in the balance leading into the 2nd half. 9 games that could have gone either way. Thankfully we were a good 2nd half team and were able to pull most of those games out but we were living on the edge most of the year. The main reason we were so close in all those games was strictly because our offense couldn't stay on the field (in turn kept our defense on the field). It's not only how bad the offense was in the passing game but think back on how many games/times we went 3 and out, and out and out??? Look at some of our scores... 20, 14, 9, 14, 23... We were #118th in passing, middle of the road in scoring. How/why does a team like UF rank near last in passing? And overall on offense? I could understand because we play teams with good defenses, but what was the excuse against all the poor teams we played too? I don't believe that we have a lack of talent on offense. I think we have just as good players on offense as all these other teams we're playing and much more than the UL-Lafayette's of the world. I think we've been saddled with poor play calling and average QB play. Very vanilla, always predictable, playing to not lose versus trying to win style of offense. I mentioned the Fun n Gun only to be facetious in that our offense the last few years seem to have zero emotion, no fun, no desire to actually score points. I have literally fallen asleep watching our offense... AT THE GAMES no less. :bored: It seemed to start with that game against Miami, OH where we kept dribbling the ball, messing up the snap. Ever since then, our offense has been a train wreck.