Originally Posted by Cock Kool-Aid
Translation: It's an OC's job to do his very best at exploiting any and all defensive weaknesses to the best of his abilities within the rules
Translation: Coaches like Nick Saban want to put an end to up tempo offenses because it actually works toward negating the talent inequalities and evens out the playing field somewhat.
Translation: The 10 second rule sucks and everyone knows it.
Who's butthurt? Certainly not I. I absolutely hate the offenses that are predicated on simply lining up before a defense can get its best players on the field or before the other side can even call a play, but my team hasn't really been hurt by them. I just think the offenses are goofy and unimaginative.
Personally, I want to see who comes out on top when both teams have their best players on the field and what they feel is their best play called in a situation. Simply running your system faster and faster takes away from that. But you must be a fan of Chad Morris, Gus Malzahn, and others who run that type of system, so I guess I know who's butthurt now. The rule is in place for the coming season as of right now, so deal with it.