If the point of a No huddle is to keep things moving and keep the D on its toes, what good comes from pausing just as long as it would for you to huddle up?
Back in the Day Florida State "brought it" with the no huddle. They had a Offensive coordinator that knew a thing or two about running the no huddle the way we saw the Bronco's bring it at us last Saturday.
Lets go back in time to 1994 one of many examples of the power of the No huddle under Mark Richt
--Florida State dusted off its no-huddle offense again Saturday and found yet another opponent unable to cope with its tiring, rag-tag results.
The key, the Seminoles said, was getting UF's defensive linemen to gasp for air.
"If you can get them tired," offensive coordinator Mark Richt said, "that's half the battle. They can't come at you if they're tired."
Although the Gators played several combinations of zone defense in the second half, they continually gave FSU underneath passing routes.
Kanell, stepping up into the pocket, continually took them. Only two of his fourth-quarter completions were longer than 20 yards.
In addition, receiver Kez McCorvey caught nine passes for 127 yards, Warrick Dunn 10 for 96.
"The more we clicked, the better our confidence became. I think they got tired and our team just reached deep within itself," Kanell said. "This comeback took a lot of great plays, a lot of great catches, determination and blocking."
"When we got them tired, we felt we could do anything."
Man that sounds awfully familiar, only it was BSU's no huddle giving GA fits. Georgia's D was gasping for air, while Georgia's No Huddle provided the BSU players time to rest and get caught up. This Bobo No huddle isn't the real thing. It doesn't wear anyone out, it doesn't play to our strengths. As a good friend once told me, "don't pour wine in a lime juice and tell me its a margarita" If we insist on using the No huddle against uSC, then Bobo please tell me you're running Mark Richts version of the NO huddle and not your own watered down margarita we saw last week!