This sarcasm laced post did make me wonder about something: what did offensive coordinators do exactly in the era before it became important to get “the ball in the hands of your playmakers”? Let the offensive guards run the ball?
“We’re just like every other college kid. People say well you get to go to school for free, but there’s a lot of kids based on what they did in high school in academics go to school for free as well and then they can get a job on top of that. We don’t have a chance to get a job, we don’t have a chance to make money, to take a girl on a date or go to the movies or take a girl to dinner.” -- Aaron Murray, AB-H, 10/13/14