I have come out of posting retirement to respond to a statement in another thread. Without calling him out, the OP stated that we ARE a good football team. That statement based on what we just saw is a totally ridiculous statement. We are NOT a good football team. Good football teams DO NOT consistently beat themselves with penalties in critical situations, turn the ball over in situations where it's costs you points. Today's turnovers cost us probably somewhere around 20 points at least. Good football teams don't have a QB that consistently throws to the wrong receiver, over throws, under throws or throws behind receivers. Good football teams don't have incredibly predictably offensive schemes. For the life of me I have no idea why we hired Brent Pease to run this 1980's conservative and incredibly predictable system. And ironically, this is being done by the program that ushered out the era of conservative offense. Good football teams start with solid coaching. And with calls like running a trick play for an extra point in the 1st quarter on the road vs a hated rival, I worry about what's going through Muschamp's head. And as far as the offensive style goes, despite Driskel's shortcomings as a QB, Muschamp and Pease aren't exactly putting him in situations to succeed. All day, it was the obligatory run on 1st down, run on 2nd down and end up in 3rd and long. And on the few times we did throw on 1st down and missed it, we came back with the typical run in the A or B gaps. Something the entire world knew was coming. Few teams can have poor QB play, poor offensive design, constant self destruction and questionable head coaching decisions and expect to be successful. Self destruction has been a consistent theme under Muschamp. When Spurrier was here we were just as undisciplined but we scored 45 points a game so it rarely mattered. When you run an offense that is as close to the vest as what ours is and you are equally self destructive, you just aren't going to win many football games, no matter who we play.