Originally Posted by USAFGAMECOCK
I'd probably plan it the same way, honestly. It's a good play but one other thing to take in to account, even if it can slow down #7 (huge IF), it's assuming the freshman LG is keeping Sutton out of the backfield. Another DE in your face after deciding to keep it negates the effectiveness. But like I said earlier, it is the best approach to take. Traditional drop back plays would imply that the coach hates Renner.
yeah, he could ZR to the right, hand the ball off on the dive or QB keeper (run)...but god help him if he pulls it back from the RB and looks downfield to pass...because you know who will be coming on the blind side.