I didn't call him a loser, I said Saban wouldn't be as hot a topic had he done what Miles has done the past few years. LSU is more talented than most teams we play, most teams in the sec, and most teams in the nation. Miles deserves credit for that, but with credit comes expectation. I guess the bottom line is I don't believe LSU is playing to their full potential. I don't believe that LSU shouldn't be capable of competing for 1st every year, but if I felt like we were giving it our all and just falling short, I could almost accept that. But our offense has been unconscionably bad for many years and there just isn't a good excuse for it. I can't tell you how thrilled I am about the change at OC. Even if it doesn't work out, I finally feel like someone with pull understands we should expect more from our offense. All I ask is that we strive to be our best. Miles deserves a lot of credit, he's won a boat-load of games and he recruits his tail off. Hiring a new OC makes me feel a lot better about his understanding of what the program needs from an administrative standpoint. I feel like the posi-tigers like to paint us critics as unreasonable curs - most of us are reasonable. I think I'm much more reasonable than most of the sun-shine pumpers who only want to consider the sunny side of the Les coin.