I had a question for the faithful here that might make for interesting discussion. Specifically, who should we be yelling at when LSU players commit boneheaded penalties that stall or kill promising drives? A lot of people seem to think it ultimately goes back to coaching, but the coaches can't hold the players' hands on the field and make them not hold or jump offsides or whatever. I think it's the players' responsibility. And while the Tigers did shoot themselves in the feet a bit, they were much better last night; committed only 6, I think. Florida had 11 (should have been 12 when their CB mauled Tolliver on that first fade to the end zone) and that made a difference.