Amazing what a new offensive scheme brings.
And it's no coincidence that LSU's new "no huddle" game plan has ushered in an era of poor catching, poor running, poor passing, poor subbing, and predictable play calling.
Think about it - The offense has about 3 or 4 seconds to remember and visualize plays (from a phonebook of potential plays) between the sideline's call and the snap.
Jefferson is rushed, the line is rushed, the receivers are rushed. And if it's three-and-out, the LSU defense has had about 90 seconds to rest.
Why does the playbook seem so simple and predictable? Because you can only file through so many plays when you have a few seconds before being pounded by thousands of pounds of defensive line. Basically calling an audible for every play of the game!
Again, this is no coincidence. "No Huddle" = '09 Offense. Why do we have the '09 Offense? Because of the "No Huddle".
Insanity is hoping for different results while continuing to do the same thing.
Give Jefferson and the line and the receivers and the running backs a break and give them their huddle back.