Re: Does Spurrier ever consider stats in play calling?
SOS coaches for the moment. He likes to call plays that keeps the opponent off balance, not sure what to defend.
If he sees he has an area he can dominate, he'll use that until stopped or until he can use a play fake to spring a quick hit big play.
If the situation calls for him to run the ball to eat the clock, either to rest his defense or to salt the game away, his recent patience over the last few years here allows that, too.. He loves to play the kids who do not see the field much, like last week at Arky, because he has seldom been able to do that here.
He is loyal to loyal players, but the flow of the game dictates most of his calls and if he has a chance to get one of those special kids a school or SEC record, he'll do that,....if it does not put at risk goal number one...winning.
"So little time, so little to do." - Oscar Lavant