I think this year's team has the makings of a FF squad, and even national championship contender. A couple of things really stood out on the tape from that game: That year's team had so much muscle. We think about Noah and Horford, but its easy to forget that Adrian Moss and Chris Richard played instrumental roles off the bench as enforcers. I am not quite sure this year's team has the enforcer type? DFS I think fits the bill, but its nice when you have a true big who does that (what could have been with Damontre on this team...SMH). Patric is playing his best ball as a Gator, and Will needs to continue to improve. Even with the addition of CWalk... that championship team's frontcourt is hard to outmatch. Green was such an amazing distributor, especially in transition and off the pick and role. As much as I love Scottie, I don't think he stacks up quite as well as Taurean did in the facilitator category. In the championship game, Taurean is just slicing through UCLA's defense at ease. Fortunately, Scottie does things better than Taurean did (superior defender, more athletic, better size), and the emergence of Hill helps alleviate any facilitator concerns. I think the combination of Scottie + Kasey come tournament time > Taurean + Hodge running the point. Free throw shooting. Our bigs were our better free throw shooters! Horford, Noah were hitting all their free throws. Patric ends up being a real weakness here. Won't be surprised to see teams playing Hack-A-Pat in close games in the tourny. Excited to see it all come together! With the addition of Walker, this team Free Cwalk!