SOTU: The story of a failing offense and how it got this bad

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…

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College football 2018 week 7 review, week 8 preview

Justin flies solo but takes a 180 this week and breaks down Miami at Virginia from the eyes of a coach. Tidbits are included from the R4 quarterback manuals called “From Helmet to Headset” and “Adapt or Die” by Darin Slack and Dub Maddox. Justin also looks into in-game decision making, the personnel decisions that make Mario Cristobal a winner at Oregon, and games to watch in week 8. This is VERY DIFFERENT for the usual Coachspeak mid-season conversation.

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Miami Football: 3 Bold Predictions for UNC at Hurricanes

The Miami Hurricanes are hosting the UNC Tar Heels on Thursday night. Here are 3 bold predictions for the Tar Heels at Hurricanes.
The Miami Hurricanes will host the UNC Tar Heels on Thursday, September 27th at 8pm eastern on ESPN. The 3-1 Hurricanes are ranked 17th per the S&P+ while the Tar Heels are sitting at 1-2 while ranked 78th overall. Miami could start N’Kosi Perry at quarterback while the Heels head football coach Larry Fedora is expected to start Nathan Elliott while playing Chazz Surratt, too.

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SOTU: How coaches game plan on offense

For StateOfTheU.com (aka SOTU) I covered how coaches game plan on offense on a weekly basis. I discuss the mundane like down and distance and hash to the more analytical such as attacking space and field zone. Of course, Mike Leach makes an appearance.

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Returning Home: Florida College Football | Film Don’t Lie

The “Returning Home: Florida College Football” episode of Film Don’t Lie covers bringing a historical star back to campus in their prime for the seven FBS Florida football programs.

What if the Florida Gators could bring back Tim Tebow in his prime? Or the FSU Seminoles could see Peter Warrick lined up all over the field again? Can you picture Ken Dorsey back behind the center in Mark Richt’s offense? Or even TY Hilton playing for Butch Davis? The USF Bulls could use Jason Pierre-Paul and the FAU Owls could use Trey Hendrickson to improve their pass rush. That’s what this episode Returning Home: Florida College Football is all about. The seven FBS schools get the chance to bring one player back from their history and in the prime of their careers.