Re: Spurrier and the Hurry UP
We do/ did not run the Hurry Up offense like it is often referred to, as far as pace of play is concerned. Snapping the ball with 15 seconds left isn't hurry up, thats being efficient, which none of us are used to seeing our offense be. I always think back to games where we would get the play call in to the QB with 11 seconds and Garcia or Shaw was snapping the ball with .5-1 seconds left on the clock. It often resorted in penalties, timeouts, or botched plays. That seems to be fading away though, which is nice.