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  1. trufloridagator
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    Pease asked how much Muschamp exerts control on the offense.
    "We all have ideas we share. He's very open about what we do. He allows us to do our job and do what we've got to do to be successful. Do what we've got to do to be successful and win a football game. That's what we've got to do ... everyone's good with that."

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    Damn makes you wonder if that ex Kentucky qb that talked about Pease last year was right
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    He has freedom within certain parameters.
    It's kind of like an Italian sonnet. You have the octave and the sestet. You can do what you wish within the parameters of those lines. But your not allowed to go outside of those parameters and still be an Italian sonnet.

    Pease has parameters that are set too. And he is not allowed to be the OC if he steps outside those parameters.

    I'm not saying he is a great OC, I'm just saying i don't think he's given a ton of freedom to call plays outside of his Italian sonnet.
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    Any factual evidence to back this up??? Because his own words seem pretty damning to me.
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    Zero. Other than innuendo and what we know of Pease's offense prior to his arrival. Plus, what WM has stated about the type if offense he wants to employ.
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    Fair enough. Can't really argue with an intelligent opinion.
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    IF Muschamp was meddling in the offense, Pease wouldn't admit it in a press conference like that.
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    No he wouldn't, he wouldn't even admit it if he leaves, assistant coaches don't burn bridges.
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    Don't we all ... Don't we all ...
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    The whole thing makes no sense. The only reason you would hire Pease in the first place is if you were interested in a Boise State-type offense, right? Whether Petersen or Pease called the plays at Boise St is besides the point. By hiring Pease, you would think there was at least SOME interest in running that type of offense.
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    We have a winner! Thanks for posting everybody.
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    I guess Brent' s resume looks outstanding not. Look all I am saying is Kerwin could get the gators moving, right now we arent moving. Resume resume who cares. Just a little bit of imagination would go a long way whether he is handcuffed or not. If he stumbles again, in Missouri, his resume is looking like &%@* in all the eyes of the beholders. Spurrier wanted a yes man, Boom wanted a yes man, they both got em. We need an OC who can play the right people, get the ball in the endzone and score more than the opponent. Here comes another team of quality, do we bang our heads again in the sand. TOP, playing safe, playing not to make mistakes, running every down, I know the media thinks wth is going on in Gainseville? Well we have a braintrust that is stubborn. We, I again say this, will never, nerver be Alabama, unless you sell your soul and buy your players. We arent going to do this. So a heavy running offense has been the death bed of a lot of Florida coaches. While Miami and FSU continue to get better, we are a good defense. I like defense as much as anybody, but man, I would like to see us in the endzone early and often. I feel like all Gators fans have been hooked to a ball and chain. LOL
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    I like you analogy, but every coach does that. Saban, Miles, Meyer, Spurrier, Richt, Beamer, Snyder, all of them do that....
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    No doubt. But, of course, each of those coaches have a different or varying size of parameters. Again, I have no hard evidence but my gut is that WM's parameters may be more restrictive than some of the others you mentioned above.
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    I think the parameters are set by the strength of our defense vs our offense and the lack of experienced talented players on offense. I think Pease & Champ could look at the situation and agree on the parameters.

    Look at the offense we ran in 2011 as dictated by the players we had (and didn't have).
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    Well, that OC didn't stick around too long either.
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    Or the HC for that matter ... why did the offense suck in 2011? Lack of talent.

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