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October 30, 2008, 11:17 AM
First of all let me say that I have no problem with a no huddle offense, it makes the game exciting and fast paced. However, what I do have a problem with is the teams lining up, getting set and then everyone looks to the sideline for the play. This takes all the responsibility off the QB too be able to read the defense. You have your offensive coordinator reading the defense for him. If we are going to allow this we might as well put speakers in the offense's helmets so the coordinators can talk directly with the players. No, longer would a QB need to go through his progressions the coach can tell him who's open. No, longer would a QB need to have a sixth sense of the pocket collapsing, the coach can tell him when to scramble. To me this new trend is an abomination to the game, taking the thinking part of the game away the players. The NCAA needs to address this issue, and put a stop to it!
October 23, 2010  09:01 PM ET

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October 24, 2010  09:21 AM ET

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