From SEC media days and here on out until games begin we will likely hear positive words about what our team is about to do. I understand each team has reason for optimism and I know we have reasons for hope, we are healthier, new OC that better fits our qb , and a resolve over a train wreck of a season. But for me, I prefer little to no talk. I want our team to know words are cheap, actions speak louder. I am still aware of past comments of how better our OL will be, more chemistry, so and so will have a break out season, second year with the same offense, the team has something to prove, yada yada. Until we prove something on the field, I prefer our coaches and players zip the lip and simply prepare to win. I have heard the positive talk for so many pre-seasons that I dismiss it and actually get agitated cause I've heard it all before. Just my view not that anyone else needs to agree. Let's here who's making plays, who's banged up, who's getting healthier, who's improving their play in practice, there are things to report but to hear "we are better" or "we have great chemistry" or "we are going to score lots of points" or "we are mad and are going to prove nay sayers wrong". They may believe that and hopefully they are right, but don't talk about it, do it. Let our talking be on the field otherwise all the positive talk without results look foolish.