We all need to take a deep breath and repeat after me: Coaches coach and players play. Blown coverages, inability to get off blocks, ect, ect, that's on the players. The players get good coaching; better than they got in high school. The players have to execute for the team to have success.
Let's face it, not having the horses to compete ultimately falls on the head coach. He wasn't able to bring in the blue chippers on D and had to run off a few. From what I've seen in recruiting this year, the lack of talent is being addressed.
Like it or not, we are all going to have to give the process time and stop talking like a bunch of spoiled Alabama/Auburn/Texas/Michigan fans.