Let's leave the discussion about firing Lindgren or MacIntyre out of this discussion, please. Let's also focus on something other than recruiting. With a compressed field, the talent disparity between CU and several Pac12 opponents is more exposed. But we're not going to solve 2015 red zone problems with recruiting at this point. What adjustments in play calling and personnel do you want to see if you were responsible for game planning the next three games? For me, I'm okay with Sefo running the offense in between the 10's. But when it's first and goal, I no longer have confidence in Sefo behind center. Here's some of my Monday morning Red Zone thoughts. Some of these special packages could add some confusion on the opponent's D the next time CU is at the goal line, and something different probably wouldn't be worse than what we've seen time and again. - The triple option. Load the backfield with Lee, Lindsey, and Carr. Give Aspey or former AFA QB Jaleel Awini lots of reps practicing when to pitch and when to keep when trying to turn the corner. - The heavy package: George Frazier has been under utilized. Let Powell and the OL road grade for big George. - I wouldn't mind a Refigerator Perry inspired play that makes Nembot eligible to carry the ball. Then QB Aspy can read option to hand off to the first guy off the bus or the QB bootlegs on a pass play. - More Nelson Spruce back corner or back line of end zone routes with a different QB. Spruce is the playmaker. He isn't getting targeted enough. Have Aspey and Spruce practice timing routes to build chemistry for a big chunk of practice and go with enough reps to minimize execution concerns on gameday. There are all kinds of creative options to explore. No reason to stubbornly cling to Sefo in every situation. The only bad TD play is the one you don't make.