has Stinespring taken over the way plays are developed?
I was impressed during the Bama game the way Edmunds was hitting the line fast and hard. But now plays look like those long, slow, hey-everyone-we're-running plodders we ran under the Stinespring regime? Of course there are problems on the line and the idea may be to hope the back can pick a hole, but as we, or I anyway, saw, they are not working.
What's up with all that?