If Vad didn't WANT to run this offense, why did he come to GT? PJ obviously gave him expectations that weren't fulfilled when he got here. Hope the same doesn't happen to Custis and Jordan.
We're going to look at some different stuff? Hmm...I'll believe that when I see it. Why didn't we do this last year?! I don't know if I'll laugh or cry if/when we make big tweaks to the offense this year. I can hear it already, "We only went 7-5 but we had a new QB and tried some new things on offense, he just needs some more time to develop JT and get better at the expanded O"
And one stat I would note would be that besides Duke, we mainly took snaps in the gun on 3rd and long obvious passing situations, so of course the completions are fewer. Man, this guy is really reaching to defend his O.One statistic Johnson noted: The Jackets completed more passes when the quarterback took the snap from under center rather than in the shotgun, which has often been the formation of choice among fans wanting to see more passing.
The recruiting thing is a plus but I don't think it's going to make a huge difference. It's not like our recruiting classes are 20% 4* guys and we need more but we are limited. We had one out of 21 this year, or about 5%. How would taking more exceptions have helped us recruit better players? The problem is more about better players "wanting to" not "able to". PJ is in full campaign mode for his job and I for one am really enjoying it after reading his smug arrogant comments from better days. Even still, he couldn't resist throwing out a misleading stat about passing U/C vs gun, taking a small shot at fans like me.
Was it Gailey that never took exceptions? I remember a while back reading that we took no exceptions...can't remember if it was Gailey or PJ, think it was Gailey.