BC’s passing game was 115th out of 125. Rush 22 and Pass 115; or 91st out of 125. Ouch.
In Total Offense combined rankings (91), where you eliminate the wishbone or option teams that never pass, GT, AF, ARMY, NAVY and NM, BC’s passing game was only better than Arkansas, Florida International, Minnesota, Kansas and Miami Ohio or 5 teams!!!
WOW….I was even shocked at the incredible lackluster performance?
We had the leading ACC receiver returning, and we also the nation’s leading rusher, and our passing formations, schemes, plays were simply not effective and with those 2 added facts, BC was only better than 5 out of 125 teams in passing less the option running teams.
We had the nation’s leading rusher and our passing game should had been way more effective with the A-Train and the 10 teams below BC were a combo of lousy teams with the option running teams.
If you read Coach’s JF’s analysis about patterns, formations and my same comments and suggestions all year, the development and coaching of Rettig did not have many great plays or the base ones that worked were never re-used and all these great passing plays are all over every weekend on the DVR?
COME ON MAN?
Day was never trained by a great OC like Sarkasian who coached a Washington Team back and now has the plum job at USC.
I suggested many plays and options and Day used a few but mostly he never re-used anything successful and his personal creativity and playbook of all the great plays you see on Saturday and Sunday are simply not in his playbook, especially scoring TD's, not FG's, in the red zone.
115 (or worse) with the A Train and they loaded the box for lots of easy picks and one-on-ones and Amidon is really fast.
The few teams below BC are a flashing neon light of Ryan Day’s present lack of passing coaching skills and development of other receivers and options.
Ryan Day needs 2 summer camps under offensive passing guru’s and a note pad.