BYU Offense Begins to Click Premium Story

Zac Collie
By Talo Steves
TBS Managing Editor
Date: Sep 30, 2005

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.

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