Yes, I was talking about four of the eleven wins being close, which I presume you meant when you said we "could have lost half our games." FSU was close? Tennessee was close? We ran away with those games and had our reserves in the last couple of series. For some of you, it is like the rest of the season never happened. You pick what justifies your criticism, then ignore the rest. Most fans would think a 11-1 regular season record in our league is outstanding. You marginalize it because of a game we won with a injured starting quarterback, half of our line out, and an offensive game plan that was reduced to about a third of what we normally run. That sounds like a pretty representative game to me. It is almost as if you never heard Muschamp's rant about why he approached the Bowling Green game the way he did. Clever. Minimize or qualify every good win, maximize or exaggerate every loss or ugly win. UT wasn't a close game. Bowling Green is clear unless you refuse to believe it. Mizzou and Louisiana-Lafayette were terrible games. Again, 11-1 for the regular season on the whole was pretty impressive given the lack of playmakers and continuity the offense had. At any rate, this discussion is useless because you have some mythical, intangible standard by which seasons are judged and it shifts in order to marginalize the team's actual accomplishments (offense is boring, playcalling is predictable, coaching philosophy is bad, games are too close, etc.). Enjoy the season.