I got toasted on another thread because I stated that we may not be a good football team. Yes, we have a very good defense and very good special teams. Yes, today we had 414 total yards and 38 minutes of possession. JD obviously had his moments because he tossed for almost 300 yes. We have a lot of excellent football players but I will maintain that we may not be a good football TEAM. The headlines for today's game should be "Florida Beats Florida, Miami Benefits". And that has been Avery constant and consistent problem for us since Muschamp arrived. Turnovers in critical situations, penalties on both sides of the ball in critical situations and today, poor coaching decisions at critical moments. There is a lot of discussion about Muschamp and his conservative philosophy, Pease and whether he's being handcuffed or if he's even qualified. Whether JD is capable of being even a serviceable QB for us..... All of those things are obviously critical to success, but none of it matters if we can't become a more disciplined football team. That is ultimately what's holding us back. It's clear that what Muschamp is trying to do is to build our program in a similar fashion to what Saban did at Alabama. That style of play obviously works given that Bama has won 3 of 4 national titles. It can be ok to play close to the vest on offense but if that's what you want to do, you MUST be a disciplined football team. When Spurrier was here, we had similar problems with a lack of discipline but we scored 45 points a game so it rarely mattered. If you're going to have a philosophy where you deliberately keep things close to shorten the game and protect your defense then on top of that you constantly shoot yourself in the foot all game, every week, then you are not going to win many football games. If we get that problem fixed, a lot of these other issues will take care of themselves.