"The plan was if we were able to hold up on defense to make sure we didn't screw up on offense. As boring as it was, that was the plan." Kiffin after last nights loss to Wazzu Sound familiar? Pretty bad when your biggest rival is rooting for you to stick around for as long as possible. http://www.bruinsnation.com/ucla_br...e-kffin-washington-state-mike-leach-under-fre As far as the Gators and the rest of our season is concerned I sincerely hope Will and Pease do some serious self-scouting and realize letting the opposing defense dictate what you do on offense and not the other way around is a sure fire way to lose close games every year. On a side note, yes Driskel made some seriously dumb decisions and mistakes. But I think Gator Nation is giving him far too much of the blame. I think our coaching philosophy on offense sets him up to fail. I also think we tend to ignore all the good that's come with the bad while forgetting that the guy he replaced, Brantley, did very little good things, and was much worse. I'm not ready to give up on JD and true Gator fans who actually watch and know the game somewhat shouldn't be either. In the grand scheme of things yesterday's loss means absolutely NOTHING. Win out and we'll more than likely be in National Title game. Many will scoff at that notion but our defense is THAT good regardless of how bad some may feel our O and QB are. It's almost improbable we will have another game, much less multiple ones, where our offense gives the ball away 5 times and scores no points in 6 trips to the RedZone. Just look at last year and the UGA game being the exception rather than the rule. Because its the second game of the year many are gonna doom and gloom without realizing or looking at reality. I think our O is improved from last year and we have much more explosive potential than last. Plus this loss gives us an early chance to realize just how glaring of a problem the offensive philosophy is and make some slight adjustments to avoid similar fate later in season. It's also something that isn't a major overhaul to where we're starting from scratch. Only thing I worry about though is if Muschamp has it in him to realize just how much the strategy on O is a detriment than way to win. Granted yesterday could cause the opposite effect to where Jeff and O let it hang over them all year and either press too hard or just fold when confronted with adversity again. Again this is where coaching is key. I also fear Will could be too stubborn to admit there's an issue other than "execution" and be so steadfast in proving his way is only way to win. I'm all behind Muschamp but if that is case he's doomed here. You have to be willing to be self-critical and open to doing it a different way. Not changing the whole strategy but at least give your team an edge. One of things that made Spurrier and Meyer so successful here was their willingness to adapt and to put their foot on an opponents neck from the opening kickoff and don't take it off till they beg you to. IMO we have talent to do that and by not taking that approach it almost gives your team doubt that the HBC believes in them enough to do that and not screw up in the process. It gives your offense a healthy cockiness to their play and belief that when you are in an adverse position, or behind, that you know you're gonna come back and your coach has belief in you to do so.