Urban Meyer has problems. What kind of problems?
Julio Jones problems.
I know what you're thinking. "But Julio Jones only got about 45 yards on Florida's defense." You are correct, but also completely wrong, and probably a bad guy. According to Urban Meyer:
How startling is it that Florida gave up a 41-yard punt return to Alabama's Julio Jones on Saturday?
The Gators had only given up 46 yards in punt returns in 2008 and 2009 combined. Jones' return was the longest UF has given up in five-plus seasons under Meyer. The previous mark was an 18-yarder by Tennessee's Jonathan Hefney in 2005.
"That kind of fried me a little bit," Meyer said of Jones' return, in which he cut back and had an open lane along the sideline. "That's never happened and that can't happen. The punt coach is in charge of that and it's got to get corrected. Whether it's personnel changes, that's something that might changed immediately if we don't see it fixed, like, now. That was bad."
That's right. Julio Jones did a 41 yard punt return against Florida, and that shit will just not stand. Personnel changes are required. It needs to be fixed immediately.
As hilarious as it is that this is what Corch focuses on as the thing that requires immediate attention while Aderpzio is still running the O-Line and play calling to equal levels of ineptitude, this presents an interesting solution to our problems. From now on, every person needs to act like Addazio is actually our special teams coach, and every mistake on offense is actually a mistake on special teams. What I'm hoping for is a kind of mass delusion to alter Corch's perception into seeing every offensive failing as a special teams failing, and every special teams failing as being under the watchful eye of Addazio.
Together, we can make this happen.
By the way, did you see some of those shoddy snaps by Pouncey on Special Teams. Man, Addazio should have had him better prepared.