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BYU Offense Begins to Click

BYU Offense Begins to Click

During the Gary Crowton era, BYU's offense took more of a read-and-react approach. Receivers, tight ends and quarterbacks came to the line of scrimmage, read the defense and made their individual adjustments within a given play. The problem with this philosophy? It created a lot of complexity and ambiguity between the passer and catcher.

With the implementation of a more precision-based offense, the guessing game has become less of a problem as both quarterback and receiver now focus more on precise execution. However, there are still adjustments within the offense that both receiver and quarterback make, but this, too, is practiced. The first touchdown pass Zac Collie caught during the TCU game came on the fly as both...

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