Mark Richt goes Solomonic, tries to split the Bielema-Malzahn no-huddle baby:
“I understand the need for speed, so to speak,” Richt said. “I think everybody needs to be in place, in a good football position, ready to go, within reason. If teams are not substituting fast enough because they’re not organized, that’s their fault. But if you’re highly organized, you’re running your guys on the field and they’re not even set when the ball is snapped, I think that’s the thing that might need to slow down just a tad.”
I get the line he’s trying to draw and it makes sense. The only problem is, how does he expect an officiating crew to tell the difference? Or is he just saying there should be some minimum amount of time put in place by the conference for defenses, organized or not, to live with?