There are plenty of discussions - some well reasoned and many irrational - assigning the majority of blame for the offensive woes on the coaches. I'm not arguing that they're not responsible, but I think they're being treated unfairly.
Maybe the coaches are calling the right plays - based on the limitations of the players they have? Coaches demonstrated the willingness to call plays aggressively in 2008+2009. What's more likely: that they have inexplicably decided to pull in the reigns? Or that coaches are calling plays that they think give the players the best chance to succeed?
If the players on this team that we think are great - Moye & Brown - regardless of who was playing QB, we would have seen them get some separation in the Bama game - this wasn't the case.
This isn't 2000 anymore. Jay has called plays for 4 offenses that have had success (2002, 2005, 2008/9).
Coaching is to blame - but not alone in responsibility. I think the truth is that the program is in a bad place - talent, coaching, recruiting - but those of you clamoring for regime change, be careful what you wish for.