Jeb Blazevich, being obvious:
Blazevich was asked how he’d seen Eason adjust as he tries to learn how to run an offense at the college level.
“It’s tough going into the season because every week, it’s not like we have a new offense, but every week is a special gameplan for that (game). So I think he’s getting better at that,” Blazevich said. “It obviously would benefit us more if we had to work like camp on the same stuff over and over again. But I think he’s adjusting really well and I think he’s doing a great job.” [Emphasis added.]
It’s college football. It’s not rocket science. A true freshman quarterback needs reps. A true freshman quarterback’s receivers need for their true freshman quarterback to get reps.
In that regard (and, sure, the circumstances of the day didn’t help), Saturday’s offensive game plan left a lot to be desired.