I just spent some time watching multiple videos of West Virginia's offense during the Rodriguez/White/Slaton years, and I couldn't help but notice many differences between what they ran 5 years ago, and what we run now. West Virginia ran a lot of triple option using a full back, followed by a pitch option to the Rb, as well as a slot triple option with a guy like Reynaud. They also seemed to have a more downhill read option, that appeared to develop much quicker than our stretch play. However, they did not run nearly as much QB iso as we do now.
Some additions to our offense have been the use of an H-Back, as well as that Belly play often used with Minor last year.
Basically my question is what do you attribute these changes to. Obviously this is almost purely speculation, but I was extremely excited when Rich was hired to see some of these option plays incorporated in our offense.
(Keep in mind I could not be more pleased with the current offensive production. However I'm sure Rich Rod knows the offense must keep adding new wrinkles, so I'm curious as to what could be next.)