Posted on: October 14, 2009 1:54 pm
I will be adding to this until completed. This is the Bad Azz Offense blog.
In the current scheme of things I think the best schemes out there right now are still the Leach passing spread and the Urban spread coupled with some Guz Malzahn mix.
I liked the idea of the Wildcat look with Murray or Brown getting the ball. Be nice to work on a pass play for them!
Anyway, here is the Bad Azz offensive scheme.
First lets define the skill set for what our ideal fits are at each spot...
LT - Should have good technique and nimble feet to deal with the speed rushers.
LG - Similar to a RT in that he has to be a solid all-around pass and run blocker. The ability to pull is nice here. So fairly athletic and solid in pass and run blocking.
C - Needs to be strong run blocker, smart football IQ, good at shotgun snap.
RG - Should be strong, thick and capable to pushing back the best run stopping DT's the opposition throws at you.
RT - Needs to be athletic and solid pass and run blocker with enough feet to handle that edge.
TE - (given current Sooners TE situation not so sure I wouldnt just go 4 WR) - the all-around guy. Needs to block as well as be a threat catching the football.
WR- slot- this guy should be shifty, quick, elusive. Ryan Broyles perfect
WR deep threat - this guy should have speed to burn and ability to get free with nice route running or flat out jets.
WR possession guy - used almost like a TE he is the guy likely to lead the team in receptions.
RB - the current duo are a nice set of RB's.
QB - Ideally an accurate guy with high football IQ and enough mobility to be a threat if neglected.
Based on the current talent on the Sooners we have the weapons necessary to run a successful offense.
Posted on: October 13, 2009 11:27 am
Edited on: October 14, 2009 9:02 am
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Posted on: September 27, 2009 9:55 am
Miami looked fast and tough on defense against Georgia Tech. They struggled against the pass against Florida State. It was hard to get a real read on their defense through two games. We all knew Georgia Tech didnt throw very well but they sure could run it and Miami totally ate it up. Perhaps Miami was back...