Originally Posted by socraticsilence
A Muschamp offense will never be tops in the SEC unless the conference is falling back a ton- maybe tops in efficency but lets be honest the primary purpose of the offense is to burn clock and get good field position for the defense.
I've never heard of any coach who wants what you describe here. Some coaches stress defense, some stress offense, usually depending on which side of the ball has the best players, the coach's background, and various other factors. But I've never heard of a single coach say that all he wants from his offense is to use up clock and get good field position for the defense. That might be the kind of team he ends up with but that doesn't mean it's the kind of team he wants.
Maybe you intend some hyperbole here but while WM's goal may not be to score points like Baylor last year for example (at least not if it leads to having a defense like Baylor's as well), it's inconceivable to me that he doesn't want a good strong offense that can put points on the board and plenty of them when needed.
A coach doesn't go out and get a verbal from one of the best HS QBs in the country just so his offense can burn clock and get good field position for the D. Nor does that QB give a verbal to a coach who wants no more than that.