I think although a lot of us saw Kirby as a big disaster for the SEC-E, it's important to remember perspective. 2012 Muschamp lost one game in-season that cost him the chance to play Bama in the SECCG. And he lost it because of an uncharacteristic 6 turnovers, specifically a Jordan Reed fumble at the Georgia 5 near the end of the game that could have put us in position to tie. Because of that Georgia won the SEC-E and the rest is history, but win that play and win the SECCG (no small feat but possible - Georgia had a close game with Bama) and Florida is in the national title. Just some fresh perspective as I saw a lot of Muschamp in Kirby's second half last night. He basically shut down the pass game after Bama scored a FG, and inexplicably ran his power back that wasn't really gaining ground (Chubb 1.4 ypc) vs. his more versatile back (Michel 7 ypc). Now obviously we've seen the recruiting success with Kirby, but we know that Muschamp got some awesome classes too. The main difference is Kirby is getting better offensive weapons - but overall I think this shows how you can't out-coach Saban using Saban guys. They all do this same stuff but don't have the creativity to throw away the "system" when it's not working like Saban does (throwing in Tua). Our success or misery against UGA in the near future will probably depend on whether Kirby learned from this or if he just thinks the balls didn't fall his way.