O'Sullivan has never impressed me as an in-game coach. He can bring in talent and that's what we rode the last 3 years. But our biggest problem was that we could not execute in late-game situations, which was a constant theme throughout our 3 year run. We live and die with Gorilla Ball, when Small ball wins championships. The best example is 2 years ago when we lost game 1 of the Championship series with the bases loaded, no outs, tie game, bottom nine. A fly ball wins the game, and a disciplined, well coach team does not find a way to lose. We did. Even though we had the most talented team in the field the last 2 CWS, we couldn't win because we were not a well coached team. This year, we didn't have the talent to play Gorilla Ball. We also did not have the discipline to play small ball, just like we've never had under O'Sullivan. We couldn't do little things like move runners over all year long, and the result of having a less talented team was 7 straight losses to the likes of FGCU, UNF, etc. My point is, that unless we have a super-talented team - and I mean one of the absolute best in college baseball, not just the SEC - then we are going to have years like this. O'Sullivan has earned the right to be here a couple more years, but .500 seasons are much more likely than a CWS birth. Next year won't be any better. We're not gonna start bashing homeruns just because our freshmen became sophomores, and our pitching won't be dominant. Less talented teams can win if they can execute. But we have proven time and again that we can't.