Interesting article. The author's use of the term "craze" almost imply's that he thinks is a fad of some sort. I don't know whether it is or not.
This is more what I see Frost's offense doing. More like "variable speed" similar to a major league pitcher in his delivery - just keep the other guy off balance and from getting into a rhythym.This is the hurry-up-and-wait approach. By rushing to the line of scrimmage and making no substitutions, offenses get the benefit of forcing defenses to stick with the personel they have on the field.
"They're getting lined up really fast so they have plenty of time left on the 40-second clock to see what you're doing defensively," said Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi, a former defensive coordinator. "They all want perfect plays."
Let me start with this. This seems like it could be a main board thread. Since it definitely applies to our head coach.One thing has not changed and that is the fundamental concept of creating desirable mismatches. HCSFs offense will only be successful if it keeps the defense on the field and off balance. The offense is not at a point right now to be able to simply line up and say we are out and out better than you. This offense relies on three things 1) ultra smart coaches 2) smart, quick twitch quarterbacks, and 3) a defense able to absorb more than average field time.