Our offense had big play potential with Harvin. When you played Meyer's Florida, it was more a matter of limiting 40+ yard plays, not eliminating them. Oklahoma did that and we only won by 10. Yes our defense against the highest scoring O ever was a stronger testament to that game's outcome, but we were a complete team. If Tebow doesn't throw a rare pick (maybe there was two,) we add at least one more TD. I'll take outstanding special teams play and a shutdown D any day over a Jimmy Chang or Bo Jackson offense, but I do miss the days when football in the State of Florida didn't need to worry about discipline/penalties having an effect on offensive production. The talent wasn't outsourced and the road to championships and the NFL basically ran through the state and Tide fans in south Alabama born in the '80s had Wuerffel posters over their bedboards (true story.) If WM doesn't work out, many of us will be punching ourselves for trying to be like Bama...errr.. Saban's Big-10 running Bama in the first place. Their discipline on the field, buck horn juice, or whatever is just an exception to the rule. No reason we can't take the "pro -style" players we have and regularly run 4-wide sets under center.