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Old 06-21-2010, 03:58 AM   #1
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Texas/Florida Playbooks

From my understanding Texas is going to more of a power running game and getting away from the spread offense according to Mack Brown. As for Florida with Tebow being gone and Brantley being in , their offense might be a little more pass oriented. So my question for you guys is... If I shange Texas' offense(if I can) ,will they fatigue faster since that's not their default style ? Will Florida still have QB Sweeps and QB Blast (I know I don't have to run them) ? I Know Jet Sweeps and PA out of that will be fine, but should their playbook be revamped a bit? Gator Heavy should be out maybe ?

What are you guys thoughts on this ? Or do you even care....LOL
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Old 06-21-2010, 04:28 AM   #2
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From my understanding Texas is going to more of a power running game and getting away from the spread offense according to Mack Brown. As for Florida with Tebow being gone and Brantley being in , their offense might be a little more pass oriented. So my question for you guys is... If I shange Texas' offense(if I can) ,will they fatigue faster since that's not their default style ? Will Florida still have QB Sweeps and QB Blast (I know I don't have to run them) ? I Know Jet Sweeps and PA out of that will be fine, but should their playbook be revamped a bit? Gator Heavy should be out maybe ?

What are you guys thoughts on this ? Or do you even care....LOL
For Florida, I think their playbook will be fine. They'll still run zone read and most of their passing concepts are there. They even used TE/QB Jordan Reed as the goalline QB during the spring so the Gator Heavy is still needed.

As for Texas, they might just have enough singleback and I Form plays in their playbook to play realistically. Now that Colt is gone, they might not run the "Stick" play 15 times a game anymore.
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For Florida, I think their playbook will be fine. They'll still run zone read and most of their passing concepts are there. They even used TE/QB Jordan Reed as the goalline QB during the spring so the Gator Heavy is still needed.

As for Texas, they might just have enough singleback and I Form plays in their playbook to play realistically. Now that Colt is gone, they might not run the "Stick" play 15 times a game anymore.
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