Oregon has a very cute offense. It's so cute! They can abuse the lesser schools, put up 60 a game, but consistently when they play the more tough, physical teams, that cute offense basically vanishes. You see it all over college football especially when those offensive juggernauts have to travel on the road and play a physical team. Now, don't get me wrong, I did not say you should have no offense, although last year we were very close to playing in the NC game with a pathetic offense and outstanding defense. The reverse usually does not hold true (i.e. you can't have a pathetic defense and great offense and win consistently). You have to play good defense. Don't give me these gimmicky offenses that when they go up against the teams that just line up and smack you in the mouth, they falter. I don't want to see that at the University of Florida, especially when the schedule is filled with tough, physical teams and we frequently play them on the road, which is where these teams commonly slip up. The offense does not have to be great. What you need is a tough, physical OL and some decent RBs and a QB who does not turn over the ball and is accurate. What you need is what Bama has created (oh, I said it). I think that is the vision that will bring you success consistently, including being a serious threat for winning the NC game. I SUSPECT, that Will Muschamp's vision is that. We know the defense is there and now we need to maintain it. I am assuming, he believes in a tough, physical OL, good running game with two RBs to wear the opposing team down, and trying to get a QB who is accurate and will limit the mistakes. If that is true, then he has the vision that will bring consistent success and provide us a team that is a serious threat to win the NC consistently. Now there probably is a rare exception, and that includes when you just have a ridiculously talented QB (like a Tebow or Newton) that can overcome some defensive lapses, although you still need to play sound defense. The point is that our team is not that far away from seriously contending in the national picture consistently. Heck, we were a serious contender just last year. OL is the major glaring hole and finding or developing a QB on the roster that does not need to be a stud, but more like what Alabama QBs are. Accurate, and limit the turnovers. We don't need Chip Kelly or Kevin Sumlin as our head coaches. Get that garbage stuff out of here (that is, if you want to win NCs and be a serious contender consistently). We need to maintain the defense, and work on this OL. I believe we have a very talented nucleus of young players who will form the core of our success offensively in the future: Taylor, Cook, Robinson, Lane, Bailey, Fulwood are all highly coveted talents that can take our offense to a level where we can be successful. We need a TE for this type of offense and hopefully word will come this afternoon on a TE that is considering us and makes his announcement today. It does not have to be Oregon good, or Texas A&M good. It needs to be tough, physical, efficient and limit the turnovers. Not all world. You win with defense first and that is over half the battle. Our defense is there. Now, we need to add few more pieces on the offensive side which it appears we are doing. Sorry Oregon. Your offense looks real nice and you are always in the top 25, but somehow always seem to get smacked in the mouth and have very little to show for all those points.