Saturday Night everyone watched as the young Charles Scott did what many were hoping Broussard and Vincent would do. He proved to be reliable in a position that is critical to the offense. Scott showed up over and over against an overmatched Tulane team while Vincent was like driving through Iota, if you blinked you probably missed him. Broussard, however, was given the night to rest. So, do the events of last night provide more questions than answers? Can Scott perform at this level against a higher caliber team? Will the extended play of the young back inspire Broussard and Vincent to perform at a higher level? Are we now better at the running position and can we expect that the rushing game will return as a reliable element to our offense? I would expect to see more of Mr. Scott against Mississippi State next week if Miles wants to continue to bring him along and prepare him for the Florida game. Next week's game will certainly give us a glimpse of who to expect to see lining up in the backfield in Gainesville. I also expect to see a little more of Vincent and Broussard as the coaching staff evaluates their health and ability. This will also show us how these two will respond to the Tulane game. I expect to see Vincent continue to struggle but believe that Broussard will elevate his game. I'm not sure how much to make of the weight issue but it appears to me that Alley has a little more drive. I believe we will continue to see a rotation at running back throughout the season as the staff continues to evaluate what they have while trying to develop the younger guys. I look for Charles Scott to continue to develop and should be well positioned for the 2007 season as a starter. I would love to see both Vincent and Broussard return to form and play to their abilities but while I have seen flashes this year I haven't seen anything that this team can hang their hats on. Hopefully another game against a struggling opponent will help get this team tweaked and ready for a tough road game in the Swamp. And did we actually see this coaching staff shift gears using the pass to set up the run? All in all, it is nice to have these problems while averaging about 35 points per game and sitting at 3-1.