I was reading the article in the Globe from today BC finding its way, and finding ways to win and I noticed there was a quote from Spaz about the play-calling that made me think that lessons might ACTUALLY BE LEARNED from the previous two victories.
“As a team grows we’ve got to build on some of this,’’ said Spaziani. “Same as happened the week before. I’d like to get to the point where we don’t give [the lead] up. Once again, we’re a work in progress. We’ve got a long way to go. We’ve got to get a lot better.’’It seems like he's saying that yes the play-calling has been suspect but remember we have a bunch of new guys this year. It seems to me like he is planning on opening up the playbook now that the Eagles have proven they can handle the new load. With no real preseason in college football it takes teams with massive turnovers a few games to get into being able to open up the playbook. Offensively we're probably a good 3 years from seeing what's in the playbook and the same time frame is planned on defense.
While I was asking for heads this past weekend I am willing to put my faith in Spaz that he isn't going to just play not to lose but play to win and as the football team matures so will Spaz's play calling.