Going to a game requires a significant commitment of time and money to travel to Gainesville to attend a football game, and a "win" is great, but for games like Toledo where the win was pretty much a given before they left the house, many fans understandably want a little more entertainment to justify such a commitment. I can't blame them for not wanting to spend 10 hours of their day (to drive there, etc.) and a few hundred dollars just to sit there the final 2-3 quarters, watching us run up the middle while they stare at the clock waiting for the game to be over. Even die hard fans like me often have their wife, kids, etc. with them, who are not the football purists as some here (and who are entertained by exciting offense) but have zero interest in watching this conservative brand of offense (my wife used to love going, now the entire 2nd half all I hear is, "this is boring to watch...is it about time to go home?") I haven't missed a home game in 15 years and a few years ago I never thought missing a home game would cross my mind -- but today, had it not been the season opener, I might have just watched on TV. I already knew we were going to win before I got in the car -- so I kept asking myself what will I see to make this commitment of time and money worth the trip. I used to love watching our offense make exciting plays (which was fun even after the outcome was decided) or seeing some of the freshman players / recruits play for the first time, but not with Muschamp's ultra conservative offense which is, relatively, boring to watch. For these "Toledo" type of games, sometimes Muschamp's ultra conservative offense makes going to games feel more like an obligation than fun. And what's worse is that I don't even enjoy the "win" as much as I used to because the lack of downfield throws just convinces me that a loss down the road is inevitable. Fans can and should appreciate all wins, even against outmanned teams, but a fan can appreciate the outcome of a game even if he/she doesn't didn't find it exciting or fun to watch.