...with Murphy at QB? I see two positives, and a couple things I worry about. Positives: 1) Protect the ball. I guess this is more a hope than a change, but if Murphy can just protect the ball the way he did v UT, UF's O will be better. UF would be 3-0 and averaging about 40 points/game if we could cut our TOs in half or more. 2) Square peg in a square hole. It looked like the coaches were trying to get Driskel to play as a pro-style, stay in the pocket QB, when that is not his natural bent. Now with Murphy, our pro-style offense may be put on the shelf, and UF will let a running QB actually run the ball some. Maybe this opens up some holes and opportunities for our TBs. Worries: 1) UF will become one-dimensional. Teams will crowd the LOS, spy Murphy, not overrun contain and force Murphy to pass to win. Given that he is 6-1 and probably has less arm strength than Jeff, our passing game may be even more moribund than it has been.