I'm not as versed as other posters on the intricacies of blocking schemes and running the same plays out of different packages, but I know this much: GSU's offense is a joy to watch, and it's rare that their guys blow their assignments and get knocked off the ball. The first part is a matter of personal preference, but the second part comes down to coaching and personnel.
Although I like watching offenses with multiple sets and formations, I tend to think it's overrated compared to execution. My problem is we weren't even executing on Monday. After the entirety of the summer and fall camp, we should have been MUCH better prepared for that game. Blocking is a fundamental part of football, and we were horrendous...especially on the perimeter. The interior of our line looked like they never played a down of college football at certain times. There were multiple times the DL would wait for the OL to commit to their cut blocks and would just run around it while our O-linemen went straight to the ground untouched. ESPN highlighted that a few times. That should not be happening anymore in year 5 of this regime with "their" guys.