I go back to the Miami game. We actually had the Miami D on their heels, at least in the first half. We didn't see "creative" play-calling like that all season. We threw something like 10 or 11 times out of the first 12 plays. Why did we wait until the bowl game to do something like that? It was great to see, but a bit of a head scratcher. Does that portend a change in what we'll be doing going forward?
Maybe they finally trusted him enough to let him loose a little bit. Probably wishful thinking but it could explain the approach.
Could've just been something about Miami schematically as well, I suppose.
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