Winning is our number one priority. So whatever system Michigan's offense operates in is fine by me as long as we outscore our opponents.
That being said, I have to admit that I will miss the tempo and creativity of the last few years. Whatever the outcome, it was exciting. We were fun to watch (offensively at least). I enjoyed seeing our players go out there and set up across the entire field... then score 3 plays later. Then come out in the next possession and do it again. Guess I'm feeling as though we'll never see somthing like that again in Michigan unless we're running a 2 minute drill.
Attending school during the last years of the Carr Era, a lot of us grew acustomed to the predictability and lack of imagination of our offensive play-calling, two things Rodriguez's offense will never be accussed of (for a change). So, although I'm not saying our offense will return to the pre-historic play-calling of the Carr Era (which in my opinion was pretty boring for the most part), I will miss seeing the offensive mindset we experienced this year and how it energized our crowd every play.
Pro-Style Offense or not, I hope we keep up that excitement. However, after what we've experiened the last few years, I'll take W's over an exciting offense any day. They don't have to be mutually exclusive though... so I'm expecting modern play-calling and big plays out of our skill guys regardless.
Get it going Borges...