Does anyone else find it ironic that we, as fans, complained all last week about our "Conservative" offense, and this week a conservative redzone offense would have won the game? Failed two point attempt: -1 point Failed 4th down conversion: -3 points Driskel's first redzone int: -3 points Driskel's second int just outside the redzone: -3 points That's 10 points and more importantly Miami would have been playing from behind for most of the second half. We certainly weren't conservative offensively against Miami. But the blame still falls on the coaches and here's why. Yes, the players are the ones who turned the ball over, but this is the first time the coaches asked the players to execute an aggressive game plan. Maybe Driskel doesn't throw those two int's if he'd learned the hard way last year or even last week. Muschamp has spent the last two plus seasons asking our offense to do just enough to win each individual game. Every time our running has been good enough to win without having to throw much that is exactly what we have done. But that kind of thinking doesn't develop your QB or receivers. And then all of the sudden you need them to make plays and they make rookie mistakes. Well, coach, what did you expect them to do? Driskel's never been asked to throw 33 passes in a game and the receivers have never had to get open that many times in a game. What pisses me off most is that Muschamp is probably going to use this game as an excuse to go back to an ultra conservative offense and the next time we need our offense to attack we'll make rookie mistakes all over again. What he should do build on this loss and get better at running an attacking offense. It won't happen though. In summary, yes, we could have won this game with a more conservative redzone offense, but if the goal is to win championships then Muschamp needs to stop thinking and game planning like an NFL DC, and start developing the kind of offense that can win championships at the college level.