- Oct 6, 2015
So Alabama and Georgia are having problems getting kids to be excited about their programs?Absolutely. We will never have what those two programs have up front. It’s much more realistic to go for a Baylor on steroids approach at Miami. Or an OU model for that matter, who did more than fine against a Bama team many were comparing to 2001 Miami. Big 12 offenses do great against SEC defenses, despite usually having a significant talent disadvantage. That’s what spread tempo offenses are designed to do.
Pair that with a solid defense and you’re cooking - and not just having success, but having EXCITING football teams that kids want to come play for. Productive and fun is one hell of a combination for winning and for fans and recruits.