http://smartfootball.com/offense/why-every-team-should-apply-the-constraint-theory-of-offense Sound familiar? :lol:. And there was a reason why the playcalling got so bad whenever Hawk got involved. Especially after one of his patented offseason redesigns to the spread/oneback shotgun/whatever the **** we were.... Hawk loved (b) without ever understanding (a). Hell, on defense he preferred to protect against (b) without ever stopping (a). In essence, Hawk was the guy mentioned in the first paragraph. NCAA 12 footballers, this is great reading. Especially since us videogamers LOVE to find one play or formation that cheats and takes advantage of the broken features of the video game to make it difficult to beat... Here's to hoping they fix gliding super flying linebackers etc! Edit: And from what I've seen of the new staff, they really understand (a). Let's hope they understand (b) as well.