Last year I watched a couple of Virginia Tech games on ESPN and I noticed one of their special lineups. The lineup is called the Wild Turkey and I thought it was well done and pretty creative. It's a different take on the wildcat formation. They line up with their TE Boone at QB (in NCAA 10 they line up with a RB at QB) and he is a bruiser. The lineup also has a FB just in front of the QB and to one side. I believe they also have a RB in at the wide reciever position off to one side by himself. Most of the plays I've seen consist of the QB running the ball himself or handing it off to the WR/HB in a WR motion handoff. They also throw in some trick plays with the WR/HB coming in motion, getting the ball, and then having the QB/HB go out for a screen play. The point is basically this: Do you think this is something Rodriguez has considered as far as a trick play to utilize all of our speedy slot ninjas or does he have anything else up his sleeves? I think that this type of formation could be amazing. One thing I would change would be to put one of our slots/HBs in at QB instead of the TE VT uses. I think RR needs to find some way to utilize all of our playmakers on offense, and this could be one way to do it. Any thoughts on this idea?
EDIT: Sorry about the Alcoholic confusion here.