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The Spring of 2012 will be a season of change for the USA Jaguars. Coaches have new assignments. Coordinators are coaching positions. Everyone is stepping up in preparation for
the transition for FBS.
The biggest questions for me this spring are what the new offense would look like and how it would be developed with our players. I can answer a few questions after watching practice.
We learned from CJJ the offense will be basically a spread with the quarterback operating out of the shotgun. Practice gives every indication there will be multiple sets with at times as many as 2 backs and at others as many as 5 receivers. I had a chance to see all the Qbs throw lots of balls in a drill where two Qbs worked at one time throwing to one receiver at a time running routes. Fast moving drill with lots of throws at all distances. For my untrained eye Brandon Bridge was the best of the group.
The one thing we can count on from this year’s offense is speed. Everything moves FAST. This no huddle offense is no huddle with the team running to the line to snap the ball for the next play.
Last year the no huddle seemed almost in slow motion by comparison. The offense spent about 30 min, running play after play moving down the field at high speed. It appears the communications is different too. The QB receives the basic set and play group as he moves toward the line after a play . As the line sets in position the play is called . Then the backs and receivers look to the sideline for a quick signal. The quick signal appears to be the specific play in the play group. The whole process is nonstop. Obviously the entire offense will have to be in great shape.