I think the famous quote is very accurate when applied to our offensive philosophy.
Why do we come out with a conservative strategy in the first half EVERY WEEK, only to spot the other team three scores. When the 2nd half starts, we go to the spread and light it up.
Someone a few weeks back wrote (I think Barrows) that the spread wasn't installed into the offense in the spring, so they have like 20 plays or so of "spread" to run. Plenty of variations on the Fullback Dive, very few on the spread.
This has to be the case, or Singletary is simply delusional.
[ Edited by nickbradley on Nov 22, 2009 at 1:26 PM ]