Originally Posted by SoCalBronco
i agree Big Guy. I have studied football schemes for 5 years now and i have a spurrier playbook and i am very intrigued with his concepts in the sprint draw passing game. I do think he is a genius and i think the reason he failed in the league was that he relies alot of 7 step drop passes and his line couldnt protect that long all the time against league front fours. I do think he is a great coach though. The way he runs his downfield option routes reading the outside thirds of the field is really ahead of his time.
It is fun to watch. It is not the boring option football that we saw for so long in the college game. I always thought the opton, while effective, was football for simpletons. Where did you get the playbook?