I just posted this in another thread, but think it's something we all need to keep in mind. We played almost the entire LSU game without: 1. our best downfield threat and record-setting kick returner (after his best Spring and Fall camps), 2. our QB. The guy our playbook is built around and who got the lion's share of Fall camp snaps to be replaced by a guy who, while good, is a step down. 3. arguably our most important offensive lineman, leaving us with an OT spot we have no one ready to fill (and hence are playing a guard there). A loss LSU exploited. 4. our top running back (not to mention one of our top receivers), leaving most of those carries to a truefreshman who, while talented, is shaky in protection. So that means we played LSU without our top player at every offensive position group. Think about that for a second. If you had been told that going into the season we would play LSU without all those guys, who would've predicted we'd look any way other than sputtering and mistake-filled? What team can suffer that kind of attrition to their offense and not struggle to move the ball? Maybe instead of crucifying everybody, we should congratulate them for the tenacity they've shown in overcoming incredible adversity. Regardless, anyone teeing off on the coaches or offense in general need to constantly keep this in mind. To do otherwise would not be fair to the Gators.