The second half playcalling was the best since 2007. FINALLY, they opened up the offense and let it fly. In the first half, it was the most pathetic display of an offense I've seen in a long time. With having two weeks to prepare, that was all they could come up with? It was basically a prevent offense. The coaches showed no confidence in the JJ/JL and therefore the QBs played with no confidence. And as much as I dispise Danielson, I have to agree with what he said...You can't hide your QB, you have to let them throw the ball. Then the second half. The coaches actually made halftime adjustments and took their heads out of their asses and opened up the offense. I don't know if it was Miles threatening to fire Crowton if he kept calling the same crap, or if Crowton told Miles to kiss his ass and let him call the damn game like he wants. Either way, It was a nice thing to see. I think what made the second half so successful was getting JJ out of the pocket. Doing that helped our O-line and also enabled JJ to not have to think as much and let er rip. And JJ made some really great throws and ran well when nothing was open. So GREAT job by the coaches and players. Now IF this is the type of playcalling we see the rest of the season, we will win out and make a BCS bowl if not the CG. And one more thing, It was nice to see LSU not shoot themselves in the foot with stupid mistakes. It was pretty much an error free game.