and things I hope to never see again: 1. A Gator team being mocked by a markedly inferior team (Mizzou) 2. Gator chomps done in derision by a fanbase without a pot to piss in 3. A defensive lineman taking not one, but two blatant shots to an opposing QB's head. 4. Freshmen WRs wanting playing time, then dropping every ball thrown their way. 5. Coaches arguing with each other on the sideline (Looked like Davis and Muschamp, is Pease on the sideline?) 6. Players reading their press clippings about their draft potential while forgetting they are 20 years old and still have at least 12 more collegiate games to put on their resume. 7. Praises by broadcasters for "star corners" that have made approximately two stellar defensive plays on receivers in half a season. 8.Reports of players having "heated exchanges"(something about injured Ron Powell having to get between Morrison and some DBs). 9. Players visibly giving up on their coaches and game plans. 10. Receivers afraid to run slants and stretch out and get a ball. 11. Finding some good athletes and plays to run, scoring a TD, then immediately abandoning all that works. 12. Coaches putting blame on the minor aspects of the game (punter, one lineman) while ignoring the big picture (the entire OL, the playcalling, the backups that come in and perform better than the starters). 13. A team looking like they'd rather sit around and smoke dope instead of studying the playbook and watching film. I'd drug test everyone immediately. 14. Defensive backs out of position, waiting for their man to catch the ball first before they react to the ball, going so far as to drop interceptions thrown directly at them. Thank you Jesus I didn't make the drive out there this weekend to see this game. This spiral is as bad as the decline in the Zook era.