X's and O's
WarRoomEagle asked about Arkansas' improvement at the end of last season, the new defensive coordinator, and more.
WarRoomEagle continues our Xs and Os efforts with a discussion of some of the basics of Gus Malzahn's HUNH offense. There's a reason I (Walt) nicknamed him "Gustav the Mad Scientist of Football" on TheAuburner when he was hired as OC in 2009.
After getting his first start against Western Carolina, Jeremy Johnson played in relief of an injured Nick Marshall against Florida Atlantic. Everyone loves his deep ball, and rightfully so, but he showed his potential with the intermediate passes, t
With one of the most prolific offenses in the nation, Texas A&M is proof that all an offense needs to be successful is an extreme offensive philosophy balanced with a few defensive constraints and an all-time quarterback to run it all. Yeah, that's i