"O" from last 2 years to current...

"O" from last 2 years to current...

  • Does this offense really seem surprisingly more impactful than the last 2 years under Tee Martin? We all heard about this prodigy from the line of Leach that supposedly could torch a scoreboard. Has anyone seen anything that concludes there's a significant improvement in our ability to do such a thing ? Does this have anything to do with Clay? What is recognizable, something rather disturbing...the run game. We went from a land assault to a half **** air raid. Too 1 dimensional, easy to troubleshoot and seemingly no venture for change through out the game. Ticket prices are at an all time high, Lucas museum has screwed up parking and tailgating. The tailgating is something of a Ghost Town feeling. Sure we're out there, but during the PC days, one would need to get there 5 hrs. before the start to get a spot and it was a spectacle each game. Even the Texas game 3 years ago had it. Those days are soooo far behind us...so unfortunate. I'm over it! WE NEED NEW BLOOD and need it NOW, as one Eftzoons lablels it...THE THING! Resurrect the THING Mr. Bohn...Bring in the Urban Meyer and lets make the CFB world tremor with fear as the THING surfaces once again and leaves a trail of destruction through out every stadium it devours and leaves no doubt...that WE ARE SC. Let's get it on!

  • Discussion
  • This offense is as fulfilling as watching a Mike Leach offense, which is to say, we will win 7-8 games a year, with the occasional outlier of 10, but we will not win championships with it! You win consistently by being able to run the ball, even when the opposition knows that is what you are going to do.

  • desolation Row said... (original post) This offense is as fulfilling as watching a Mike Leach offense, which is to say, we will win 7-8 games a year, with the occasional outlier o...

    Thing is, SC has access to way better QBs, skill position players, and OL than Wazzu. If this was a true spread, which the BYU coach, who actually played in one, said isn’t, SC would be putting up OU type numbers on offense.

  • Action Figure said... (original post) Thing is, SC has access to way better QBs, skill position players, and OL than Wazzu. If this was a true spread, which the BYU coach, who act...




    That's the most annoying thing about the situation, the fact that they presented this fake Air Raid lied about needing 8-10 receivers. Scam Harrell raves about the talent and the neglects to utilize the talent at receiver.

    All the talk about wide OL splits was nonsense as well.

    What a waste of time and a con job. What a staff of offensive charlatans. No way Leach would want his name associated to this.
  • If Mike Leach was our coach this year even with all the injuries I think we would maybe have one loss. He made uncle Rico a ******** star, he takes 5 year transfers and they get drafted. I hope ASU wins by fifty today....

  • This Graham Harrell Air Raid is Lane Kifin's bubble screen/quick out predictable offense on steroids, but even more predictable.

  • Action Figure said... (original post) Thing is, SC has access to way better QBs, skill position players, and OL than Wazzu. If this was a true spread, which the BYU coach, who act...

    I am calling BS on this line of thinking. If the air raid offense is so great, and was known for not being a gimmick that competed for championships, then it would attract the best talent. Every team would have implemented it by now. The reality is that it doesn't compete for championships, and ADs at competitive schools know this and don't even give Leach a second look when hiring head coaches. Hell, his offense hasn't competed for a weak pac 12 championship! And before you start in on the old "well, it's the location of the school" arguement, please explain how a guy like Tua goes from Hawaii to Alabama? The question also applies to SC, if our offense is so great, where are all the studs lining up to attend college here? Why is all the great talent in CA heading East? Conversely, why hasn't our great talent advantage at WR made our offense a juggernaut? Surely our access to greater talent would make our O unstoppable. Then again, maybe this team can't run it consistently and it shows up when we need to grind down the opposing D and chew up the clock. Maybe it's a crap scheme that is designed to compete against lesser teams, with an occasional upset, but in reality is not an offense that will EVER win a championship.