And this is a prevalent offense among high schools...if its do damn hard, why do they run it? I always thought it was because its easier for a QB to learn to read a DE than a secondary and deliver an accurate pass. I know I am probably way over simplifying it, but isn't that a simple read? At least easy enough to learn after a year of reps? I have never understood it either. We installed the triple O my senior year in HS in the middle of the season and ran it well, granted HS Ds are more limited than what a collegiate D will throw at you. And how in the hell is it so hard to take a snap...after a year of practice?!
It's like when I hear people talk about how hard the mesh is to get down...it's not hard at all. I learned it in a week and had no issues. That's just my experience in white boy HS football but the same principles apply...the football is just a little bigger.