I would say its okay but nothing we should hang our hat on. As you said the real dividing line is 9 wins a year. As I posted in another thread UGA has barely averaged 9 wins a year since the 12 game schedule was put into place in 2006. Granted they play in a tougher conference but I don't see 9 wins a year average being a realistic at Tech to average over a long period of time. I think 7.5 to 8 is probably closer to what can be done. However, there is no reason why we can't win 9, 10, or 11 games once every couple years. That is the issue to me with both CPJ and Gailey it seems we get in these stagnant periods of time when 7-5 is all we can do. I don't think its unreasonable to expect 9 wins or more every 2-3 years considering we redshirt 90% of our players and we have very little leave for NFL early. I hope this year is different but breaking in a new starting QB for the 3rd time in 4 years really doesn't make me very positive heading into the season.