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    Re: Players like no-huddle; Fisher not so much

    I will say that our offensive players' skillsets are mroe tailored to a faster pace style of offense. Obviously Fisher and Schotty need to realize this and change things up as we can see that the slow pace offense was clearly not successful against Atlanta.

    Am I suggesting a full 60-minute up-tempo offense from now? No, but Schotty definitely needs to properly use our players better as while as make better in-game adjustments.


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    Re: Players like no-huddle; Fisher not so much

    I'm hoping we take some cues from the OU offense Bradford ran. Back when Bradford was at Oklahoma, they called it a "high octane" offense, but they didn't go "high octane" before they got a first down on that drive. If OU went 3 and out, the first plays were run slower.

    As a UT fan, I found it incredibly effective. Once OU got a first down, UT was on its heels anyway from the successful play, and OU immediately lined up for the next play. It always gave a sense of panic in the defense at the right time.

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    Re: Players like no-huddle; Fisher not so much

    C'mon Fisher...listen to the Brit and the Longhorn: Use the full play clock but just don't huddle. You're in full control of the pace of the game, but you're also playing mayhem with the opponent's D. And occasionally up the tempo for a few consecutive plays. It's so simple. Why wouldn't you drive the D nuts if you can?
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