Burns posts some mind-boggling analysis of the offense and special teams

Spaulding!No!

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To be clear, no one here is hoping for a return of the Jerry kill squad led by leidner. This game while not ideal is not Kent state. There I said it. KENT STATE. 10-7. And after the game kill got all bucky and was saying well we won the game.
 

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If your defense is struggling, there are at least two approaches you can take on offense to compensate:

1) Open it up, try to score 50 points a game, and light up the scoreboard. Every game a shootout.

2) Ball control, eat the clock, keep your defense off the field, allow the opponents fewer possessions.

P.J. Fleck is an advocate of Option #2, I believe. I also suspect that if you don't happen to like this approach or even hate this ball control philosophy, you're going to be an unhappy camper as a Gopher fan for as long as Fleck is here. I just can't picture Fleck running a basketball-in-cleats style offense. I doubt he'd even give much thought to slightly opening things up. To me, he appears to believe very strongly in Option #2. He loves Wisconsin-style football. You're going to have to live with it, I'm afraid.
 
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