For those of you hoping that a change of playcallers will lead to a change of attitude in the offense, here’s former Miami QB Brad Kaaya($$) talking about James Foley Coley, who was his offensive coordinator there.
“(He’s) an aggressive, attacking type of play-caller,” Kaaya said. “We always had good game plans. I thought we always went after the defense’s weakness. I guess just relentless. Each week the game plan — obviously we had our roles that we stick to — but we also have a personalized game plan that was aimed at exploiting a team’s weaknesses.”
I don’t know about you, but I’d be up for exploiting a few goal line defenses.
“When I was playing college football, my priorities were girls, football and then school,” said Mark Richt, who led the football programs at Georgia and Miami before he retired from coaching in 2018. “Now it’s going to be money, girls, football, school.” — New York Times, 5/8/21