This just in: mediocre teams are inconsistent and that is us in a nutshell. After winning the biggest game of Brewster's tenure, we suffer the worst loss the very next week. We have a coach who constantly talks to the media about our need to "pound the rock", but then he forgets to mention that to his fledgling offensive coordinator. Players are benched when they play poorly, unless their name is Adam Weber. 5 out of 17 in the first half doesn't cut it in the high school level, much less college. A 3 year starter should be able to throw the ball away and not run the ball back to your own 2 yard line to take a sack. He should also understand that we cannot take a sack when we have the ball at their 1 foot line. Don't even get me started on why we weren't running the ball there anyway. It is geeting very old having to watch a junior QB make freshmen mistakes. The door is wide open and Gray would be getting more opportunities if he could hold onto the ball, the guy barely hit the ball for God's sake. Our secondary misses chances at interceptions and tackles that allow another 35 yards. Our kicker kicks two balls out of bounds. I guess the only thing we can really count on is a lot of mistakes. Tune in next week to see if the Gophers can top the worst loss of the Brewster era. If you have watched the Gopehrs this year, you know this game is far from a gimme.