These boards never cease to amaze me. Now it is Quinn and Meyer's NFL guys, even though Quinn ran Muschamp's pattern match pressure scheme and some of those "seven" were real "NFL" guys like Lerentee McCray and Josh Evans before Muschamp arrived. Surely Purifoy, Roberson, Fowler, Bullard, Orr, Morrison, and Ball fell apart without Quinn and are clearly inferior players to Meyer's "seven." But, as is the course around here when things go bad, the one terrible defensive game overrides the relative success the rest of the year and ignores any legitimate reasons for the struggles, like having a pair of walkon linebackers amongst your ones by the end of the GSU game in the one game where you can't afford to have linebackers not knowing what to do because of the triple option attack. Typical GC tripe. Exaggerate the bad, minimize the good, and do everything you can to discredit the coaching staff in every respect.