This post will be a running update since it’s a 3 part series and as people are hired I need to keep adding to it. I’m taking a look at the personnel, success, fit, and scheme of potential offensive coordinator candidates for the Miami Hurricanes. Mark Richt’s current system is scaring away wins and recruits with the inept nature of his antiquated game plans.
If you are an offensive line coach I’m sure you have players that not only come in out of game shape, but also have poor running form and need work on their footwork and fundamentals.
I think that coaches ignore the basics and definitely get away from properly improving running form, player’s agility, and footwork as the season stretches on longer and longer. Even though we’re in the midst of a playoff run, my offensive line individual periods still focus on an agility drill that incorporates form running, as well as fundamental and footwork drills every practice.
Justin and Sean discuss the coaching carousel heading into Week 12 of the 2018 college football season. Justin kills down a couple Steveweisers and a tequila drink after a cold practice in the drizzling rain. It’s one hell of a cold front in Raleigh.
Justin talks about three 3:30 eastern time matchups covering Penn State-Iowa, Houston-USF, and Florida-Georgia. Enjoy week 9 of the 2018 college football season!
The Hurricanes offense is 55th in the nation per the S&P+. It’s really been ugly under Mark Richt’s regime but it started long ago, way back in 2003 under Larry Coker. Read more…
Justin and Sean are reunited to cover week 8 and preview week 9. They cover Ohio State’s loss to Purdue, Mike Leach’s 4th straight victory over the Oregon Ducks, LSU edging out Mississippi State and other happenings from around college football plus some Air Raid scheme conversation. Then the guys preview week 9 with USF at Houston, the Florida-Georgia game, and other big contests.