What impressed me is quite different from the Gators complaining about a lack of a wide open passing offense. It is not just that we won but is how we won. Toledo finished last season essentially tied with Alabama with an average of 445 yds gained per game and ranked 32nd in the nation in that category. Toledo had most everyone back on the offense. We held them to 205 yds. In 2012 Toledo scored an average of 31.5 pts per game and we kept them out of the endzone altogether allowing just two FG's. However, the most important statistic aside from the final score of 24-6 was the time of possession advantage we enjoyed. We not only shut down a good offensive team but we controlled the ball almost 40 minutes to their 20. If we were able to do that every game we would be in Pasadena for the BCS championship game! Coach Muschamp is sticking to a formula that has proven successful for top teams in the past and I love it.