Every team loses players. Here is a list of who FSU lost since last year. TE Kevin Haplea - Injury, out for season DB Tyler Hunter - Injury, out for season QB Clint Trickett - Transferred WR Scooter Haggins - Injury, out for season WR Greg Dent - Legal WR Marvin Bracy - Left team to focus on track WR Willie Haulstead - Grades RB Mario Pender - Grades WR Isaiah Jones - Injury, out for season WR Josh Gehres - Medically disqualified TE Will Tye - Transferred TE Christo Kourtsidis - Transfered OL Daniel Glauser - NCAA* OL Trey Pettis - Medically disqualified OL Ira Denson - Injury, out for season OL Dan Foose - Medically disqualified DE Davarez Bryant - Grades LB Matthew Thomas - Injury, out for season LB Jeff Luc - Transferred DB Justin Bright - Graduated OL Garrett Faircloth - ??? ...To say nothing of the players we lost to the NFL: QB EJ Manuel - NFL OL Menelik Watson - NFL DE Bjoern Werner - NFL DE Brandon Jenkins - NFL RB Chris Thompson - NFL CB Xavier Rhodes - NFL LB Vince Williams - NFL LB Nick Moody - NFL DE Tank Carradine - NFL K Dustin Hopkins - NFL DT Everette Dawkins - NFL WR Rodney Smith - NFL RB Lonnie Pryor - NFL DT Anthony McCloud - NFL That's an awful lot of players, but FSU has done just fine this year. I think the real problem with UF is their offensive philosophy. Pease was not a good hire. His offenses at Baylor, Kentucky, and Boise were better before he got there and in some cases were better after he left. Let's face it, UF's offense hasn't been good in years. It's not the injuries. I think Muschamp can be a great one, but he needs a real OC and then he needs to learn to delegate to him.