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  1. KronoGator
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    I'm sure someone will want to jump on this and point out that Stallings' won a NC, he also finished behind some finesse team from Florida every other year. :D
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    I really don't think we did, until we got into desperation mode. And even then we ran a draw with 7:58 left. We were passing on first down from that point forth, but that's because we were in hurry up mode, not our typical offense. I think the contention is that we could keep the opposing defenses off balance with more diversity on first down.
    In short the first down passing stats are skewed if you look at all first downs in the game. It is a more accurate indicator to look at those first 21 because that's when we were still in our normal offense and not hurry up.
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    Agreed there. If it was a one score game, we probably wouldn't have seen many of the 1st down throws.

    In addition to the running/pass on 1st down, there are other stubborness issues w/ the offense (most notably; lack of down field pass attempts & Burton running the Wildcat) that are handicapping this offense.

    Here's a prediction though, next time the O puts up 400 yards (probably vs Ga Southern) someone will suggest that Pease is a candidate for a head coaching gig!
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    I want Will Muschamp as our HC/OC/QB Coach
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    Everyone criticized the play-calling when Addazio was the OC, when Weis was the OC, and now when Pease is the OC. Maybe it's time to look at something other than our OC to explain our offensive problems.
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    bad oline, talent gaps at several other positions--lots of reasons for this terrible offense.
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    Well, coincidentally, that covers a period of oline deficiencies ...
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    Maybe we should hire Mullen back???
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    Yes he did. With perhaps the greatest defense college football has seen. But after that he kept his offense in check and the offense was the same no matter who the OC was.
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    can mullen also bring tebow to play QB?
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    Miss St puts up 457 yards and 31 points per game, we'd gladly take that with or without Tebow.
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    Muschamp is not satisfied with losing football games. His baby looking good will not keep him from being let go.

    I just think its funny how so many people think that the coach is content with losing, when the livelihood depends on winning.
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    tommyuf21, logic goes out the window when some people sit at a keyboard to comment on a football forum. Fortunately, for them at least, they are not accountable.

    Many folks responsible for training First Officers, often thought that there was a solenoid in the right seat of airliners, that when compressed by the weight of an ass, short circuited the brain. I sense the same phenomenon.
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    Running 70 percent on first down is not helping keep a defense off balance. Throwing short passes does not help your running game, as LBs never have to retreat into coverage. Might as well not have RBs in game when passing, as they can't pick up the blitz to save their life. Need some designed QB runs to keep defense honest and slow down rush.
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    You really have no idea what Kerwin would or would not do. I was in Gainesville when Kerwin played and watched him. Kerwin is the great lost hope for Florida football, yet he has yet to get a job as a coordinator at a major university. He's been in Jax for the past seven years now. SOS only had him as a GA for one year. Neither Zook nor Meyer hired him and he was right down the road the whole time. Both knew him. He has been well known for many years now. Why has no one hired him, even to be a QB coach?

    When Kerwin even has Pease's resume, get back to me...
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    Why? He was the designated escape goat when he was here. Anyone here still have The Spinner Two Bits made in 2007?
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    Yeah.. JU has been average the last 3 years. Back to back 7-4 seasons and 2-4 this year.

    His resume is spiraling downward.
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    IMO, our offensive issues begin and end with the fact that we havent had a home run threat at RB, perhaps until now. I love Mack and Matt as power runners, they absolutely fit the bill, but other than Matt's long run against UK and Mack's run against Toledo they have not been a threat to break a run. Let's face it, they don't break tackles, and they are not elusive runners. Even Gilly last year was not what I would call a home run guy, but still was a threat for some big chunks of yards. We need a back that can break runs if we are going to be the offense that we are attempting to be.

    What we have had up until now is an O with two power runners who average around 3-4 ypc which translates into 10-15 play drives a lot of which end up with FGs or no points. That in turn leads to close games against good teams since we can shorten the game, but if we get behind against a team with a decent D, we can't make up ground fast enough. Do we have some O-line issues?.. YES, but IMO our issues are more due to the fact that none of our RB's can really threaten the secondary. Defenses are content with letting us try to convert on 3rd and short multiple times in a drive and play mistake free football. Against lesser competition we can get it done, but this doesnt work against top teams. I'm hoping 15+ carries for Taylor will be the answer to finally get past the first and second level of defenders and force the safeties into run support. This will hopefully provide for more one on one opportunities for receivers and some explosive plays out of play action. Just my $.02 from the couch.
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    And yet, mighty Miss St is winless in the conference. Doubtful anyone would sign up for that.
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