become the dominant football program in the SEC west. If and win this does happen, it will not be during Miles' tenure. I'm very sorry to say this, but we are probably years away from another NC. The sooner we begin the renewal of our football program, the sooner we are likely to make a serious run at the NC. A recent statement from Aleva to the effect that the primary goal is to compete for the NC, but not to necessarily win it is very troubling. This is PC, new-age nonsense that places the primary emphasis upon competing, not winning. Any competitor, who has rationalized defeat before the game is played, doesn't have the right mentality that is so crucial to winning.