A lot of talk everywhere about the offensive transition, Manball, RR's offense, Spread etc. Eveyone has an opinion on what we should be doing, but I wonder if this year may change Hoke's and Borges's feelings on what they should be running and wether or not Borges can come up with up with an entirely new offense?
It's clear from Hoke's background that he is willing to allow his coordinators run the show with a lot fo freedom. He has run all sorts of different offenses in his 10 years as a head coach.
Borges has been around forever, appears pretty flexible and pretty smart.
So my thinking is is that our #1 QB for the next 3 years is likely going to be a guy who's best asset is his legs. Over the course of those 3 years Borges is going to continue to tinker with his offense and I wonder after those 3 years when Shane Morris probably takes control of the offense we are not some type of hybrid offense somewhere between Wisconsin, Stanford and Oregon.
Do you think after a couple of years Borges and Hoke embrace the spread or do you think we'll end up like we were with most of the runs out of the I with a pro style passing game and it will look like we picked up where we left off with Henne, Hart and Manningham?
I think some form of the spread is here to stay and they'll add some power elements and we'll look like ND's offense a little bit when Shane gets here. I think Borges is like a kid in a candy store trying to figure out all the different type of plays that work now that he has a guy like Denard.
I might kill Brian by using the name Debord, but is it possible we'll look like the Debord Citrus Bowl offense against Florida in 3 years? Everyone seemed to enjoy that offense.