Do you think this offense is better or worse in the rain? As I was driving to work in the rain this morning, I remembered what I was thinking as it rained for the game at ND last year. I thought, Damn! I figured that, just like when ND or other schools let their grass grow thick and heavy to slow down opposing offenses, the rain would bog down our supposedly quicker guys and hurt our chances. I am also thinking, though, that a run heavy spread O might be a better option in the weather than a pass happy O. As we play in Michigan and rain and sleet and snow are definately in our immediate and long term futures, do you think this offense will end up hurting us in a game or two a year, or does it have some advantages in bad weather. (I am not going to use the ND game last year as evidence either way, as the offense had a LONG way to go at that point.)
landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.