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?
“It's definitely different not knowing exactly who it's gonna be, but in a way, I feel like that's good,” he said. “One of my old coaches from Valdosta told me that competition is one of the best coaches. And I feel like, as well as each one of those three guys is performing, they're not gonna do anything but make each other better.” -- Jay Rome, The Red & Black, 3/25/15