I am wondering if we lose and the offensive game plan is the same as the Auburn game. Run ineffective Justin Vincent behind an unimpressive run blocking OL for most of the game. After that game, Miles seemed to defend his doggedness in sticking with the run even though it was not working. Many LSU fans would prefer the team to use the pass to set up the run as we did in 2001. South Carolina sure had alot of success against Auburn's pass defense. Do you think the LSU coach is always smarter than the collective wisdom of the fans no matter what? Some fans always think the coach knows best. I think Miles is a good coach and I am glad we have him. I don't think he is as good as Tuberville or a few other coaches though. I was disappointed in the defensive coaching at the beginning of last year but they sure learned from their mistakes. I hope whoever (Fisher or Miles) is calling the offensive shots has learned from the offensive coaching mistakes (too conservative) in the Auburn game. If you play not to lose, you won't be a winner in the long run. I like that Tuberville coaches aggressively and with confidence and fires assistants quickly if they do not perform. I liked how Saban's regime seemed to coach aggressively for the most part. I hope if we lose to Florida, we are not left wondering what might have been if the offensive philosophy wasn't playing not to lose (as it appeared against Auburn). Go Tigers! Good luck Coach Miles.