Yes, it is the staff's responsibility, but the system is already in place. Now, they may choose to give him more latitude in making changes, but there the system of built-in checks is already there. I think again the real issue is that some think every time the defense has numbers in the box, then you should check out if a run. In certain instances, such as running out of a spread, you have to. But if we are in a jumbo package or an unbalanced line, then it can actually work to your advantage because you are creating an extra gap and a advantageous matchups in the blocking scheme, where a lineman may be taking on a linebacker or a tight end or fullback taking on a safety. The key is checking to a pass at the right times. If you checked to a throw every time a team puts an extra guy in the box, then defensive backs would come to expect it and they would be prepared for the play fake. When they expect you to run at the same time as they are plus one in the box, however, then you hit them over the top. But you have to prove you can run against a plus box first for that to happen. We proved that against Toledo and really didn't need to take advantage of the plus box to throw over the top. In ensuing games, we will have to, but only after we prove we can run against it first.