We get so much juicy recruiting information from great sites like this one that it is nice to offer some information that the sites do not have. It has come from two QB Coaching Specialists who have worked with Morgan for two years now and know him and his abilities quite well.
How do other college coaches view and emulate the Oregon Offense? This week a college coach shares what he has learned watching the Ducks and how it is applied to his team in winning the fourth down battle we face in key games. Read there and discuss here, because I’m curious as to the slight difference that fans/coaches would see in the two teams.
It’s more than a new play, as it is also a philosophical question about the involvement of the QB within the Oregon Offense. How far do the coaches go in mixing things up for the opposing defenses by running the most valuable player of the Ducks scoring machine? I am always interested in the thoughts of others….
I was not sure about Todd’s title, until I read through and realized that he makes a good point about the difficulty a defender has with our offense. Read over there and discuss here; think the play action pass is going to be the same weapon this year as in the past?
It’s fun to look back big plays of the season and determine why they did so well. Todd Moore breaks down a big Special Team’s play that helped us win a BCS game, and it is always a question as to how much of it is the runner, and how much should be credited to the other players.
It is a sad day as Josh moves on to other opportunities to build his career, but I am very happy for his growth as our objective is to support and promote the futures of our young writers. He brings up some things to consider about Oregon’s method of communication within the No-Huddle. Read over there, and discuss here; do you think most of Oregon’s offense is down to one word?