Before the season started I would've said 9 so long as we beat the Leghumpers and sows would've been OK or 9 wins but winning the SEC East or barring either of those two scenario's then 10 wins would constitute a successful season. Less than 9 wins and beating at least one of our big 3 rivals would constitute failure. Well now we've lost our starting QB, a WR who looked like he was finally read to blossom and who was having a great Fall in practices, a critical Offensive Tackle and now a Defensive Tackle who was arguably the best Defensive player in America and who was the cornerstone of our Defense....all for the season. That's not even counting the guys who are hobbled or who are just missing games. We have been as snakebitten this year as the 1988 Gators or the 1998 Gators - both of which got a ridiculous number of injuries. Not having Chaz Green or Halapio was arguably the difference in the miami game already. Assuming we stop losing critical players for the season at this point, what is a realistic outlook for the rest of the season? I still think we should beat Missouri, Kentucky, Arky, Vandy and Ga Southern. South Carolina and Georgia have not looked invincible. It would probably be an upset but I think its possible we could win at least one of those. LSU looks too good for us in our current condition -unfortunately. sow I just don't know about since I haven't seen them play any non high school level team yet. I think 8-4 looks most likely at this point and its tough to blame the coaching staff at all for not doing better given the injury situation. (eg how would Bama do without AJ McCarron their best WR and say, their best Defensive player? How about aTm without Johnny Football? How about UGA without Aaron Murray?) What say you?