I was pretty psyched after the win yesterday as most of the Who Dat nation was, and marveled at the contrast btwn pro and college football. how we as fans are excited about an undefeated team that squeaks and lucks their way past a 3-8 team, yet no one is calling for the coaches head, or worried about the direction of the program, or that we might lose a playoff game early etc. i know losing one game doesn't matter as much in the pros but i'm strictly talking about winning games. how so many made big deals and were upset about ugly wins of 18-22 amateur college kids but no one seems (myself included) worried about a group of professionals coming out flat. if you want to throw parity of the NFL in there, that's fine, but i would argue that parity in college football is at its greatest point ever. the days of dynasties are over. i hope the Saintslogo are on their way to miami, and i think great things are ahead for !twocrystals! but while we watch one team strive for perfection let's realize that perfection is a road not traveled without curves and bumps and while hard for paid professionals, has to be extremely difficult for college kids.