but my Maize-colored glasses only see so far.
We are without our primary punter, without one of our most experienced defensive backs (& replaced by a special teams player), without our # 1 RB, our Offensive line has arguably been our weakest position group all year.
We have our primary QB either still slightly injured, or practicing at positions that he hasn't practiced in 4 years, (luckily the back-up QB has all of 5 starts) virtually no competent back-up RB, a suspect OC, an antiquated punt formation and we are essentially playing an away game. Also, as much as I appreciate Hoke, I'll give the In-game coaching edge to Spurrier.
Our D will keep them in it, but just barely.