Everyone watching our bowl game against TCU had the same question: How is it possible for two passing game to be this bad, and why can’t the QBs stop throwing interceptions? In this video, I answer a part of that question by showing what one specific schematic issue (failure to control TCU’s CBs on Hi/Low reads) contributed to our offensive woes. While there were lots of mistakes with reads, to be sure, scheme and preparation didn’t help either, and there’s more that the coaches could’ve done to put Garbers in positions to succeed.
Football Film Study: The Cheez-I(n)t Bowl
Trouble Controlling CB’s