“Overall, I think we’ve coached pretty well,” he said. “A lot of really good things have been happening, but when you lose a game the way we did, you start to evaluate everything.”...but will it beat Florida? In a word, NO. Period. Evaluation of "pretty good" coaching gets you past a road game in Lexington most years. But the next week there's going to be a LOT on the line. When you get your ass handed to you, it's past time to stop "having fun" at practice. It's past time to pretend you had as much fight as Auburn did in the 2007 Blackout game. It's past time to stop pretending we were ever in that game Saturday night.
It's time to be more like Georgia and less like Vandy by looking for silver linings after a "perfect storm". More piss and vinegar, less candy canes and rainbows.
Behind closed doors the "evaluation" needs to sound more like we got beat by a superior team that coached and played their asses off. And something like this is going to be more like a boot camp and less like the Mark Richt Country Club from here on out.