Originally Posted by CoverTwo
That is simply not true.
Spurrier calls a ton of curl/flat and high low route combinations during the game. In fact, I'd venture to say that Spurrier calls more curl/flat than anyone in football.
I dunno, I can certainly see why anyone would think like the other poster. He may call a lot of those passing combinations...but they hardly seem to develop on the field (i.e, QB bails out to a run, bails out pocket and routes collapse, or audibles out).
It really seems our passing is so vanilla and it's swing passes or short flat passes...then our scoring method of choice is a long bomb/fade. I don't feel like we really light it up with a mixture of passing patterns across the field. Whether the QB isn't targeting them or checking down to them, that's another story.