It's hard to explain, but Dwyers stride is so fluid. Once he gets in the open field, there is no wasted energy. It truly is a thing of beauty.
I'll tell you someone in college football that actually had interest in GT that would have been a stud BB: Kenyan Drake at 'Bama. Played with the Days brothers at Hillgrove. I think he would have been every bit as good as JD. Unfortunately, he'll be like the 3rd RB at Bama because the Tide is so deep at the position.
Throwing the ball over top of the blitz is a tried and true football fundamental. We need to develop our ability to handle this. You are right.One problem solver to the D crashing down on the line is to throw over the D. QB and WR have to make the play though. And yes, we struggled with this in particular last year.
I liked the no huddle look and quickness. Maybe we'll mix that in this year. But as pointed out, if you go three and out it hurts more with the no huddle than the standard huddle just because we chew up less time off the clock.
@33jacket It is possible to make your point without suggesting that our coach has "a mental block" or "lack of creativity." Why do feel the need to stress @John and @CuseJacket on how strictly to enforce the no personal attacks policy?
We've also used new formations and sideline signals. So, the suggestion that CPJ isn't creative or resourceful enough is false. The issue is rather philosophical, whether their use is ultimately helpful.