Interesting find on what Will's defenses have done to elite college QBs: David Greene: (2003) 20-44 314, 2 tds, 1 int (Georgia scored only ten points) David Greene: (2003 SECC game) Couldn't find stats, but Georgia scored a measly 13 points JaMarcus Russell (2006) 20-37 267, 0/0 (LSU scored only three points) Chris Leak: (2006) 9-17 108, 1 td, 1 int (Florida won the national title that year) Tim Tebow: (2007) held a Heisman-winning QB to 20-27 201, 1 td, 1 int EJ Manuel (2011) 6-13 65, 0 td, 0 int EJ Manuel (2012) 18-33 182 1 td, 3 int John Football (2012 Heisman winner) 23-30 173, 0 td, 0 int (completely shut down in second half) Aaron Murray (2012) 12-24 150 yds, 1 td, 3 int Aaron Murray (2013) 16-25 258, 1 td, 0 int I feel all seven of those QBs were "elite". If you want to argue that Leak and Manuel weren't, that's fine, but I'd say at the very least, both were outstanding college QBs. Those are impressive defensive numbers against the best of the best competition. When Muschamp has the talent and the depth, he's as good as anyone at coming up with an incredible plan for even the best QBs. Of course, his defenses have been lit up at times, but those are examples of what he can do. And he's got a boatload of talent to work with this year, which is why I feel like we'll match up well with the 'Noles. We may not win, but the FSU offense won't go nuts in that game. Wormwood is going to go off about Durkin and how it's really his show; technically he'd be right. But the entire defensive staff is involved in the planning of each game, and Muschamp is certainly influential on how to attack each opponent philosophically.