He’s only been on the Plains a short while, but Scot Loeffler is already proving to be a master of coachspeak. Take this profound observation:
“At the end of the day, everyone’s doing the same in the throw game, everyone’s doing the same with protections, it’s all verbiage, it’s all terminology,” Loeffler said. “And everyone’s changing. You go down and visit the true, so-called West Coast people, and it’s changed. It’s completely evolving.”
Get that? It’s all the same, and it’s all changing. Simultaneously! Take a deep breath, grasshopper. He’s clearly operating on a different plane of existence from those of us who’ve never been in the arena.
By the way, if you’re wondering how to make the West Coast offense work at the college level, this Chris Brown post is as good a place to start as any.