The No-Huddle and Bill Walsh

The year is 1967. Two coaching giants are in a chess match. On one side, Tom Landry, the hero of many Dallas Cowboys fans and the face of an organization. He is running one of the most complex offenses of his generation. The great innovator has keys on linebacker rotation, leverage of cornerbacks, and the depth and number of safeties. … Continue reading

Thoughts on Coach Jones and His Offense


Part One: First some thoughts on our new hire: Butch Jones is simply a good hire. His product speaks for itself. A 50-27 record is all that some would need to know. What I look for in a college coach consists of a few things: Number one, can the coach relate well with players and effectively recruit? I think the … Continue reading