So I’m on record with the stance that continuing with the pro-style offense that utilizes multiple TE formations a lot is the wrong way to go for a modern college team…but since it is done and nobody can influence that at this point, I’ll move on.
Is there a team in college you can think of that effectively utilizes this strategy to be a really good offense that we can look at?
What is the ceiling that we can expect from such a strategy?
The highest we got under CP was 41.8 PPG and with 6 total years of evidence, I’m going to say that year was a fluke and more about John Ross being unmatched athletically in the conference as well as a truly terrible slate of Pac-12 defenses we went against.
So without the fastest NFL combine player of all time on the roster, what will we be expecting? Is mid-30s a realistic goal under Donovan? I can’t imagine a team that takes a WR off the field so that we can have an extra TE in Culp or Kizer or Luciano out there will score much more than that. Seems like it will be more of an offense that plods and grinds more than one that scores in bunches.
Any takes welcome.