I'm not gonna steal Hatvol's numbers. A. Finally. B. I was encouraged by improved blocking even in the first. C. Really liked how the WR's stepped up in the second. D. Dobbs is the most enigmatic player in my lifetime at Tennessee. He's not a great quarterback, but he is a great player that plays quarterback. He's hopelessly flawed as a passer, but undeniably a hard-nosed player who can take a game over. We will see better quarterbacks and better athletes, but we probably won't see the likes of him again. He's a strange one, in a good way. E. Was it a fluke that we started attacking the middle and using misdirection in the second half, or are we for some reason avoiding doing that as a way to mitigate risk? The stupid first halves have to stop. We need to play to win from the start. And it isn't just execution, it IS playcalling, scheme and even to some extent fundamentals. F. **** Florida. You got trucked by ducks. You just lost to a trumpet player-coached team with a corpse at OC. G. What's Shoop's deal? Again, night and day on the playcalling. We have to be willing to get burned some to dictate to the offense. We aren't good enough to sit back. H. Barnett finally looked like I hoped he would in the second half. Not sure what changed. He was lined up on another side? I. I hate Jones as a coach and perhaps as a man. J. Where do we go from here? UGA is clearly beatable. Not so sure about TAMU and Bama isn't even worth talking about until we have to. Looks like a 10 win season is right on the table, at worst. K. Is this enough to turn the tide on recruiting? Probably not. So this may actually be the darkest timeline for the short and medium term future of Tennessee overall. But I will take all the joy I can in this moment.