The first half offense was a thing of beauty. And then in the second half, with the same personnel, we stopped trying to score. I saw the same people doing the same things that resulted in big gains and touchdowns, do similar things, but result in small gains and no touchdowns. It is hard to adjust to. At some point in the game, the coaches will stop trying to score. I intellectually get it, but I remember the Choke at Doak (and Miami in 2003, and LSU in 2007), being up 31-3, and then finishing with a tie (and then losing in the Sugar Bowl). My brain tells me that the coaches are playing conservatively and not to lose, but my heart tells me that a three or four touchdown lead isn't safe, and we only have a two touchdown lead, and that the same players are doing the same things, but they aren't scoring, and the opposing defensive coordinator has figured out how to shut us down, and it is only a matter of time before their offensive coordinator figures it out, and when they start scoring on us, we aren't going to be able to come back and score on them, and if they get two scores ahead, we might as well give up, because this offense can't seem to score at all ... Anyway, it goes downhill from there What Muschamp is doing works, but it doesn't feel good (Murphy was doing a great job throwing the ball in the first half, but he looks terrible right now, why can't he find the open receiveres, and when the offense slips up, not only is it hard to win, but it feeds all of those fears we had while it was working, and gives them more strength even while the team is winning. Now if my brain can just convince the rest of me, but those memories are strong.