So says new Florida Gators coach Urban Meyer, fresh off his 12-0 season with Utah.
Meyer also said, "The offense for (QB) Josh Harris, who's now with the Baltimore Ravens, at Bowling Green was different than the offense for (QB) Alex Smith (of Utah). It's an adaptable offense that's not hard to learn."
The next sentence was the phrase in which I titled my thread. And he said all this with authority.
BTW - I heard all this on the news just now. But I'm sure these quotes and more can be found on the web. After five years of Wanny and four years with Jimmy, Urban Meyer's words really spoke to me.
You don't put square pegs in round holes. Period. Why is this so hard for NFL so many coaches to understand?? I guess they all feel that their scheme is like Mike Shannahan's running game.
But I would be remiss if I didn't mention the fact that things seem to be changing with Jim Bates aboard. Tops on that list is the offensive line abandoning the man-only schemes to more zone protection and simplification for these young players.
I just thought I'd pass this along. It's not often we get to hear "sweet nothings" like this.