The primary problem we have on offense is a pedestrian passing game. It is not able to stretch the field, or hit receivers in stride. I put this all on the coaches and JD. Most every pass we complete has the receiver reaching back, or standing still waiting for the ball. Opposing defenses don't worry about us hitting big plays because the passing game doesn't seem to threaten it. Now why does this problem persist. Clearly it is because either we don't practice it, the coaches are afraid to run these plays in a game, or Driskel can't make the plays consistently. When you don't allow the offense to run aggressive pass plays in games against lesser competition, how do you expect them to all of sudden become a confident well-oiled passing team when you need it. I'm afraid that Muschamp has already taken the wind out of UF's sails. We have too long a history of exciting innovative offenses for the fan base to accept this type of football. I'm bored with it, as are many fans. If we have freshman that can make plays, we need to play them and try to energize the offense. Dunbar, Patton and Burton are merely serviceable at WR, as are Jones/Brown at RB. Many teams get great play of freshman at skill positions, we need to try getting the ball to Robinson, Fullwood and Taylor and see what they can do. Not ready to call Muschamp Zook redux, but it starting to look that way from the stands.