- Sep 25, 2001
I don't think it's more difficult to understand than other offenses. I think the issue is that KF asks the QB to make all the reads and calls on the field, rather than coaches relaying the calls via cards. I think that would be a good interview question. Personally, I've always thought it looks dorky to have offenses stand up and look to the sidelines - but I think I could get over it I think it clearly puts us at a disadvantage on multiple levels. Not only does it require a longer learning curve for the starter, but it gives us less flexibility in using back-ups, as well. FWIW, there were clearly many missed calls by the OL this year, to boot. Don't know if cards would help that or not.I guess I do not understand what makes our offense so much more difficult to understand and execute than other college offenses. (from a QB perspective). I am not lobbying for or against everyone but when I hear we have a complex offense to understand I would love to hear from others what makes it MORE complex than other college offenses. Somebody said it on here earlier, so many times as a fan, you have a pretty good feel what is coming next in our offense and I am just a goof watching on TV or in the stands.