I tried to call the shows here today but I couldn't get through either time, so I 'll go ahead and post it here. No sense in duplicating the opinion like PJ. Here's 7 names for you: Brett Helms Early Doucet Jessie Daniels Laron Landry Colt David Herman Johnson Chevis Jackson These are the players that are responsible for each point LSU did not score and each point that Florida scored. Each player made either a physical or mental mistake that caused LSU to lose. Herman Johnson - Arguable, but pulled the arm of a tackler on Craig Davis's TD pass screen which was called back for his holding. Brett Helms - Fumbled the snap while releasing too early to block, robbed LSU of a certain touchdown inside the 1 yard line. Colt David - Missed a 41 yard field goal. Laron Landry - Was responsible for covering Tate Casey on the jump pass play. Casey blocked Landry and released, and failed to cover him in the back of the end zone. It resulted in (7 points) for Florida. Early Doucet - Fumbled the kickoff, and Trindon Holliday recovered and was tackled in the end zone for a safety. Florida went right down the field and scored on the ensuing free kick thanks to Jessie Daniels not knowing what defense we were in. He failed to cover Murphy due to his mental lapse. (9 points) Chevis Jackson - Muffed a punt on LSU's 19 yard line which led to a 1 yard Tebow TD run. (7 points) Let's quit putting all of the blame on the coaching staff. All of the mental mistakes simply deflated any momentum we could have had, made our offense predictably pass-happy and allowed UF to pressure Russell into errant throws (which still reached the receiver if not perfectly on target most of the time). I hate that people shy away from criticizing these players when it is so clear who's at fault in the game. I hated it back in 2004 when we played so bad at times against Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss, and Troy... and for the whole of last year with our offensive struggles.... and I hate it now. What can we do if all of our special teams guys fumble it all over the place? Every single guy we've got back there has fumbled it at some point this season, with predictably disastrous results.