I'm starting to get nervous about the UF-TAMU game. It just occurred to me that emotions are going to be riding high in college station. First game of the season for them, first game in the SEC, first game under a new coach. The crowd is going to be lit up. I think the Aggies have had this game circled since the schedule came out, and have been watching tape of Muschamps Texas D and Pease's Boise Offense for months now. If Aggie fans are anything like the other fans in the SEC, right now they feel like they're going to explode with exuberance and joy because it's the beginning of the next era in College Station. Ever since watching a lame duck Ron Zook being carried off Bobby Bowden Field after beating FSU I've learned that talent and preparation can sometimes be no match for pure emotion and adrenaline. Regarding the Gators, I think the play calling was conservative for the Bowling Green game, but even still our defense (who was lauded to be the best in the nation) looked pedestrian. We finally know who the starting QB is, but it sounds like everybody around the program is still skeptical. I'm trying not to jump to conclusions (which you all know is extremely difficult for me), but I think this is going to be a decent litmus test for the rest of the season. If we lose this game, I think I might be joining Lindsay's "Muchamp must go" club.