So it looks like we're about to see a large shift in offensive philosophy. Part of this was planned as there was definitely an emphasis on the no huddle this offseason. However I do think part of this will be by necessity. With Plsek and Duke possibly out for the year our pure TEs are basically Lingen, Woz, Nick Hart and Witham. I don't know much about Hart but none of the other 3 are of the Plsek/Goodger mode of essentially being a 6th OL. At H-Back/FB we have Thomas, Gibson, Beebe and maybe Streveler. That's 2 true blocking back types and 2 receiving types. Plus we now have a ton of WRs. Combine the personnel with Kill's statements about the offense needing to put up 30 a game and I think we see a more aggressive offensive approach. We'll be more spread out, faster and hopefully more explosive. I know this isn't really new but with all the other talk about the offense its been kind of lost that we played much differently than we've played in 3 years against TCU. In addition to more 4 WR sets there was way more straight drop back stuff than in the past. As others on other sites have noted there was more drop back and less PA than we've ever really seen from this offense. If the trend continues it will be interesting to see how things progress.