Two parts of our jacked-up offense really stood out to me this year:
1. Pre-snap motion. WTF is it for? Typically, pre-snap motion is to help the QB identify coverage and/or isolate match-up advantages. I'm pretty sure VT's was completely pointless. The concept of isolating one of our best receivers on one of the defenses worst players would make O'Cainsprings head explode.
2. Play-action. Our play-action fakes were terrible. On several occasions, Logan ball-faked to no one. On most other occasions, the ball fake was several feet away from looking legitimate. Who was this fooling? This HAS to be teachable during practice. Right?