Please do not begin calling for anyones jobs or benching of any players. Just provide some honest observations on how to improve the team so that we can avoid loses like this in the future. I have feel that we have wasted opportunities for practice during the second half, and especially the forth quarter of a few games that were all wrapped up. Even if we wanted to stick with the running game, we could have given Kelvin and Hernandon opportunities for real game experience. Of course, the passing game could have benefitted as well. Waiting until you play one of your biggest games is not the time to be untested. In this game we were forced to use Kelvin due to Jones' injury. He did perform pretty well. Maybe he would have done better if we had used him more in the past. Our passing game may have also been better able to cope with pressure if they had the chance to "practice" more in real games. Maybe not, but since we lost it is fair to question the decision not to use those opportunities. Our offensive line struggled to block LSU. They have had problems before. Humphries false starts were unacceptable. The only solution I can see as resolving this is by recruiting and waiting for the recruits to develop. It will be a stressful wait. Murphy played pretty well. A few passes that were poorly thrown that could have changed the game. The pass protection was very porous and I find it hard to be too down on him. He also made a number of very nice plays. The recurring question of recognition of talent by the coaches rears its ugly head. We have now used an entirely new kicker and he has hit all his field goals. They were not very challenging kicks, but he still made them. Why has it taken so many games to realize he may be our best option? Kelvin looked pretty good. Why have we waited so long to at least test him, especially when Jones looked to struggle last week. So we have three positions where the coaches have waited until the last minute to make changes (quarterback, running back, and kicker) and two of those times it was by necessity (injuries). Are they perhaps missing the boat with tour top ranked tight ends? I know they are reported to be injured, so maybe they are not an option. But the question is a fair one to ask. Our punter needs help. This area is a big let down because he was a Ray Guy finalist last year. The drop off in production is really not good. The best punt out of UF so far this year has been from Murphy. Something is wrong with that. Our secondary played pretty well against very good receivers. The interference calls were painful. Our defense was tested probably more than ever before. They played well. A couple of lapses were costly. I expect the HC to criticize them for not playing up to there level, just as he pointed out at halftime that the defense cost 7 points. Play calling was pretty decent. THANK GOD we did not see the Trey Burton wildcat. Or, maybe that was what we should have ran. The pooch punt was brilliant. I think we can be happy with our performance overall. The loss sucks, but it is nothing like Miami. We played a very good team and played them pretty well. Our quarterback threw no interceptions and made no fumbles. That in itself is a HUGE improvement. Especially in light of the tremendous pressure from the pass LSU rush.