You could say the same of every other year after Meyer but we lost a ton of those games we “should” have won. Saying you should win and actually winning are two completely different things. Mullen did it and the bottom line is no matter how hard you twist it, is that he took over a 4 win bowl-less team he couldn’t even get those extra practices with, having guys coming off suspension etc., with the mess he took over and won 10 games. There are only a handful of coaches who could have done that and one of those isn’t they dr. Pepper lookalike in Athens. He took over a preseason top 10 team loaded with talent and did squat his first year.