Long gone are the days of 65-0 openers. At least for now, that is a thing of the past for Florida football. But I completely disagree with the comments both announcers made in the fourth quarter about our team. Obviously Florida took its foot off the gas after going up 24-6. There was no imagination in the passing game, the coaches kept it relatively conservative, and the goal was to get through this one as quickly as possible to minimize the risk of injury. I don't understand why Andre Ware kept harping on the fact that we "needed to challenge" teams deep with our passing game. Both he and Neal repeated over and over again that, "A time will come when good SEC defenses" will "sit on the routes that Florida is running". They basically implied that Florida has no pop on offense. Hence they picked Georgia to win the East, with Carolina a possibility. Honestly, if you can't read between the lines, don't call the game. The Gator coaching staff obviously realized early in the second half that the game had already been decided. There was no need to show anymore than they had to. This Florida offense-apart from being very efficient when it wanted to be-is hardly a finished product, and we'll know a lot more about how they intend to use guys like Robinson, Fulwood, Dunbar, as well as how they intend to incorporate the tight ends into the passing game as the season progresses. Don't panic, guys. Florida is an extremely talented team. They surprised me (in a good way) today. I know it's only Toledo, but the Gators did what they wanted to when they wanted to do it. It was a good win. Disappointed with the ignorance from Neal and Ware, though. Some of these guys just don't get it.