Lot’s of good ideas. I think, from my coaching experience that forcing the OL to be in their stance for 15 to 20 seconds is troubling. Just not conducive to getting of the ball. Plus when your tight end couldn’t block my mother. It will be difficult to run the ball regardless the ball carrier. The OL coach Callahan has his work cut for him. I think the whole offensive scheme needs some readjustment. Get away from all the ‚‘looks‘‘ towards the bench. Get the play called, snap the ball and knock someone down. Get up under center if the center isn’t 100% on the shotgun snaps. On short yardage, why make the handoff 3/4 yards deep? A 4th and 1, now becomes 4th and 4 or 5.Thanks for the data, @dpodoll68. By comparison, we ran 20 plays for 75 yards in the third quarter, which closed with the Gophers about to score and extend their lead to 28-20.
I said earlier we should have taken control in the third quarter. We did. We just gave it back in the fourth.