I posted this on the other side, but I thought I'd do it here, too. Assuming he is retained, I think the best chance WM has of regaining the support of Gator fans is to hire Kerwin Bell and turn him loose. I don't say that because I know KB will be a great coordinator -- I don't know -- but because bringing him in will make most Gator fans enthusiastic for the 2014 season. He's a name they know well (unlike most OCs) and has built-in good will. He'll get something WM doesn't get anymore -- the benefit of the doubt. He's got some level of credibility, he's a Gator legend (I think only SOS and TT would have the same level of positive feeling surrounding him) and his offense does well at Jacksonville. Granted, it's Jacksonville, but most fans don't know the names of OCs around the country. And there are enough transitional success stories -- Malzhan, Kelly, Briles -- to make you think that it can work. Doesn't mean it will, but given where we are, fans need hope as much as they need anything. The key would be letting him do as he sees fit. That would be hard, but doing things WM's way hasn't been working so well lately. This is as much a perception move as it is a football one, but I think it's one that's based in reason, and if WM is going to have any level of fan support through the off season and going into 2014 -- if there is going to be any level of optimism among casual fans -- he needs to tap into already existing good will. No one available would do that better than Kerwin. It might seem desperate. Given the way WM likes to play, it would be desperate. But you know what they say about desperate times.