Yes, I like our chances better against LSU at home, or Texas A & M and SOW on the road, than against Alabama in Atlanta in 2012. I'm just saying in the context of getting one play to change, I wouldn't waste on 2012. That was a team waiting to show us who they really were, and they did ... against Louisville. Alabama with three weeks to prepare (in the two weeks prior they played Western Carolina and a 3-8 Auburn, both of whom they beat 49-0 and had their starters resting in the second half) would have eaten our lunch. Further, beating Georgia in 2012 would likely have had no impact on that disastrous 2013 season. Believe me, I get no pleasure out of saying that. By contrast, in my humble opinion, if we had beaten Alabama in that 2009 SEC Championship, I think the last five years would have looked very different. Of course, you just never can tell when you go counter-historical. Maybe Meyer still flakes out even after beating Texas for a second consecutive BCS Championship. Maybe we still end up with Muschamp and a lost season in 2011. Maybe we still end up with a staggering amount of injuries in 2013. We will never know.