I would be jumping up and down thrilled with swing passes to Sean McGrew yet running him on dive plays into full defensive boxes was the preferred approach. No shame for Donovan and Lake to steal Alabama’s playbook. It’s got infinitely more creativity than ours. Yeah they have far superior athletes that we can’t duplicate but there’s no copyright law on play design.
UW’s offense had enough creativity to mount two 21 point second half comebacks in back to back weeks. That’s never been done before in program history. If they simply play four quarters like they played the second halves of those games, they’re going to score 40 or 50+ almost every game.
UW has superior athletes too. We have elite talent at every position on offense. The coaches just need to play the best players and the players just need to go from showing flashes to being consistent and that comes with experience in this new offense.
Like I said before, put the best O-lineman on the field (Troy Fautanu, Myles Murao) and play the more talented RBs (Cam Davis, Jay’Veon Sunday, Sam Adams, Caleb Berry) and this offense will absolutely take off. But if we watch the Michigan game and tiny ass little Sean McGrew is getting the bulk of the carries, fire everybody. He can do some kick return shit and get some carries if the younger, more talented backs aren’t running with good vision. But other than that, I don’t want to see him on the field. The youth movement that happened at WR needs to happen at RB next season.