Talk of Chip Long to Tennessee as Offensive Analyst

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It helps with Chaney’s workload which helps the entire program. Chaney may delegate responsibilities to a specific analyst for the purpose of studying certain types of plays he wants some information on. A greater number of analysts may produce more information. JMO.
We definitely need to free up more eating time for Chaney
 
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So... we have tons of offensive coaches who never analyze our offense, and this guy is supposed to do something that no one on our staff can do.

Maybe I should have clarified my question. What does he bring to an offense that OC can’t already do? Chaney can’t “analyze” our offense with x amount of years of experience running offense?
He brings a different perspective to the offense and adds on campus recruiting for Memphis.

The guy brings a strong concept coaching skillset to the O that fills a gap in what Chaney does. He has very strong ideas about different forms of pulling to lead block, different screens, different way of teaching backs to look at gaps, a different route tree, RPO plays. Basically a way to assist Chaney tweak and expand the O. Another set of eyes with a different perspective looking at film, evaluating how the O can be more effective and less predictable.
 
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He brings a different perspective to the offense and adds on campus recruiting for Memphis.

The guy brings a strong concept coaching skillset to the O that fills a gap in what Chaney does. He has very strong ideas about different forms of pulling to lead block, different screens, different way of teaching backs to look at gaps, a different route tree, RPO plays. Basically a way to assist Chaney tweak and expand the O. Another set of eyes with a different perspective looking at film, evaluating how the O can be more effective and less predictable.
building the best Offense for Bailey to win in and set records never seen before at Tennessee.
 
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He brings a different perspective to the offense and adds on campus recruiting for Memphis.

The guy brings a strong concept coaching skillset to the O that fills a gap in what Chaney does. He has very strong ideas about different forms of pulling to lead block, different screens, different way of teaching backs to look at gaps, a different route tree, RPO plays. Basically a way to assist Chaney tweak and expand the O. Another set of eyes with a different perspective looking at film, evaluating how the O can be more effective and less predictable.
This is exactly what I was looking for
 

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