Raleigh Hokie Post-Pitt: Part 2

Here we go with the final part of our weekly interview with Raleigh Hokie.

We saw shotgun, we saw the Pistol, we saw the spread, we saw power formations, a few specific hurry up plays, etc. We’re getting to the point where it seems like it might be time to scale things back. Do you think Tech will do that this year?

There’s a method to the madness, an intentional method. There’s got to be more to it. We use every formation that’s ever been invented. We motion it, we shift it, we have every personnel grouping you can imagine. We have the full kitchen sink of personnel and formations, as much as any college team probably runs.

At this level, with kids this young, you almost have to limit the number of plays you can run from any one combination of formation and personnel group. The numbers just have to be that way. If you have six different personnel groups and seven basic formations that you run from, then you’ve got 20 or 30 different combinations. You can’t have 300 plays in your game plan. So they are going to limit the number of plays.