It's a shame that an otherwise dominant performance on both sides of the football last night had to be lost in all this buffoonery. Most of what happened in the first half is on the players -all the mistakes and miscues that kept points off the scoreboard. After half-time, it's all on the coaches. By the second half, it was clear that Lee was the better option at QB and Jefferson's 83 yard romp should not have kept him in the game. Lee was far from stellar - but he can move the team down the field. The stubborn insistence on running the option (which is the ONLY reason they are keeping Jefferson in) shows how inflexible the offensive philosophy is, even considering personnel. Jefferson's not even good at it. LSU's OL and RBs are giving the Tigers a running game without the QB. Accept that, adapt the gameplan, move on. That's coaching. Another 9 or 10 penalty game, mostly on the offense? Clearly coaching. I'm done giving the benefit of the doubt. And for all the errors made by a QB that should not have even been in the game (coaching), the decision to run a clock-eating play around the end (hadn't worked most of the night), without a timeout, and without a second play called, and with a QB who does not make decisions....well, that's all coaching. Miles isn't going anywhere right now - he's technically still winning. But Crowton just sealed his own fate. And if Miles doesn't get rid of him, he's sealing his fate as well. I think folks attached to the program (i.e. it's their job) are increasingly embarrassed. Miles' seat just ignited and is on fire. Players-only team meeting? I take it as a positive act to keep the team from splitting up, emotionally. We'll have to wait and see how well it works. The good news? Florida is beatable. The bad news? They won't need to beat LSU because LSU will likely beat themselves.