Speed and simplicity

The best material I got this past weekend was postgame with Ronnie Harris and Henry Anderson. Both told me that the biggest change from last year to this year on the defense was that Lance Anderson had simplified the scheme.

Henry Anderson said there were a lot of checks at the line of scrimmage last year, which made it hard to get set by the snap against up-tempo teams like USC or Oregon.

Ronnie Harris added that the team is playing faster now that there's less thinking, with the team instead simply lining up in a sound formation and responding to what they see. He also said that with Lance Anderson, the sense is that making a mistake isn't the end of the world: The DC obviously doesn't encourage mistakes, but he'd rather everyone go at 100 percent speed than slow down to double-check. The thinking is that if a player does make a mistake, the rest of the team is flying to the ball and playing fast enough to cover up any miscue, Harris said.

Obviously it's early, and obviously the defense is ridiculously full of returning talent, but safe to say the shift to simplicity and speed is working rather well for the unit.

********** ********** **********

By contrast, the offense prides itself on complexity, on having a 300-play playbook, more calls than anyone else in the land, as the coaching staff is quick to point out. The upside is that you can theoretically find the precisely optimal play for any opponent or situation, and that defenses have more to prepare for come game week.

The downside, however, most clearly manifests itself with newer players and at the beginning of seasons. Early on, newer guys might not have enough experience practicing every given call in that 300-page book to run them all at full speed, without either making mistakes or having to slow down to mentally process. What you gain in complexity, you sacrifice in precision and speed.

********** ********** **********

I'm reminded of a time I went with a friend, himself the lead singer in a garage band, to a concert (Third Eye Blind free after a baseball game, of all things). After the show, my friend commented that he loved watching the band play not its newest stuff, but its tried-and-true hits, and for a reason that has stayed with me. My friend said he could tell whether it was the first time they'd played a song, the 500th time they’d played the song, or the 5,000th. The band's timing on its newer songs was pretty spot on – these guys are multimillionaire professionals, after all -- but there were hundredth of second errors so small that, while imperceptible to the rest of us, my friend could apparently detect them. By contrast, the group had practiced and played its chart-toppers so many times over the decades that the sound was technically flawless each and every time.

Football coaches may not be the ones directing the halftime band, but they certainly understand the lesson. They beg for perfect execution every opportunity they get, and should the team come up short any given Saturday, the explanation more often than not comes down to execution. I think of Jim Harbaugh stopping his day for an hour, or so he told the press once, just to watch a traffic officer whistle and point, coaxing and cajoling vehicles, so expert was this man at his job. Athletes call it being in "the zone", us fans collectively pay billions of dollars to witness it, and the coaches are paid millions to bring it out of their charges -- there is something beautiful about perfection.

********** ********** **********

I’m no football coach (nor much of a musician), but, even to my eyes, it’s obvious that through the first few weeks of the season, the offense has been a little off. The players are talented enough, and presumably smart enough, but little, imperceptible errors add up to kill drives. Nowhere have these micro errors been more apparent than in the red zone, where the margin for error is smallest and to score consistently against the best defenses, you do have to approach perfection. Stretch out this theme across three games, mix in some elite talent offset by hyper-conservatism, add in the frustration of losing to our arch in-state rival, and here we are, 2-1 at the quarterway mark.

Moving forward, I’d argue that the offense could learn something from the D. On the D, the play calls are short and sweet, and the rotations are relatively set. More often than not, the resulting product is pretty spot-on too. I don’t think we could say much of that about the offense at this point.

If you work in four running backs over the course of a game, the tailbacks are each getting a quarter of the live reps. If you run eight formations, all with different personnel groupings, and two gadget packages (say, wildcat and ogre) per game, everyone’s continuity is disrupted, and the players’ time is sliced up as well. Now divide that lack of experience over 300 pages of plays, and yeah, my head would be spinning sometimes too.

********** ********** **********

Perhaps we’re witnessing the price you pay early in the season if you install a complex system with all the bells and whistles. Don’t believe me? Look at this year’s roster and all the new faces on the offensive line, where synchronicity and precision matters more than anywhere else. Look at how, under David Shaw, the squad has almost always closed stronger than it started. I can already anticipate the argument that the complexity pays off come November and beyond, when the games matter most. I reject the premise, as the scores in September and October can matter every bit as much. If Stanford’s offense doesn’t stall in early contests against Washington and Notre Dame at this point in the schedule two seasons ago, the Card play for a national title. Last year, if the offense can convert in the last seconds against Utah, easily the worst opponent Stanford has lost to in years, the Card probably play for a national title as well. (And, again, throwing to the third-string tight end on the decisive play is a perfect example of too complex by half.)

Besides, I don’t exactly see Oregon’s offense shriveling up each November (save for against a mighty, mighty Stanford D that I’d think would be as up to the task should the teams play Week 1). The Ducks famously run hyperspeed, and they can do so not only because they have a bunch of 4.4 guys, but also because their offense is ridiculously simple. Chip Kelly remarked that they run a surprisingly low number of plays, just with slight tweaks to formations. (He’s since taken that same philosophy of simplicity and speed to the NFL, transforming a losing franchise into a playoff team and, just this week, come-from-behind winners over one Andrew Luck.) I don’t know the ins and outs of their offense, but whatever Oregon is calling, it’s simple enough that the team can snap within 10 seconds of the last play and without a huddle or substitution. Not only that, but throw away the 300-page playbook: all the information the players receive can fit on a posterboard of Scott Van Pelt, the letter “M”, a jack-o-lantern, and the word “gusto”.

I’m not saying we need to go no-huddle, spread, pass 60 times a game, as Shaw sarcastically suggests of us fourth estate. Instead, I am saying this:

1. Find a running back. If you have four, maybe you do have none after all. Tough luck for the three guys who get the short shrift, could start plenty of other places, and now don’t have special packages to ensure them touches each week, but the team needs to come first. Same idea across the offense. I’d go with Remound Wright and, in lower leverage situations, work in Christian McCaffrey, whose upside is greater than any of the other backs’, I’d think. But make a call and run with it.

2. Find an identity. I think the programmatic identity is smashmouth but the offensive personnel right now is most suited to go three- or four-wide (as that’s where are best players are, plus it gives our speed backs bigger holes), so there’s a natural conflict there. I say pass, pass, pass to then set up the run, instead of trying to have it the other way, but whatever the decision, pick something, drill it hard, and go with it. If it doesn’t work, of course adapt, but that’s different than having an a priori plan to show six different looks each game.

3. Put players in positions to succeed. Relatedly, want to build an identity as a power-running school? Great, go and sign those guys each and every February, so that you don’t find yourself without a power back on the roster, as the Card do now. We need to play to our guys’ strengths, and until the staff finds a successor to the Toby-Stepfan-Tyler lineage, it's not fair to Barry Sanders to ask him to try to mash between the tackles and carry defenders forward to turn three-yard gains into six. After all, you don’t see Oregon asking Toby-types to run fly routes and break safety's ankles.

A prescription to keep it short and sweet calls for an equally short and sweet list, so I’ll stop there. If the Card can implement these changes over this bye week, come out with a new offensive focus against Washington (especially, as this is all but a Pac-12 elimination game) and Notre Dame, and continue to bring the defense, they’ll be back in the top 10 and in the thick of the playoff hunt again in no time.





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Henry Anderson said there were a lot of checks at the line of scrimmage last year, which made it hard to get set by the snap against up-tempo teams like USC or Oregon.\r\n\r\n

Ronnie Harris added that the team is playing faster now that there's less thinking, with the team instead simply lining up in a sound formation and responding to what they see. He also said that with Lance Anderson, the sense is that making a mistake isn't the end of the world: The DC obviously doesn't encourage mistakes, but he'd rather everyone go at 100 percent speed than slow down to double-check. The thinking is that if a player does make a mistake, the rest of the team is flying to the ball and playing fast enough to cover up any miscue, Harris said.\r\n\r\n

Obviously it's early, and obviously the defense is ridiculously full of returning talent, but safe to say the shift to simplicity and speed is working rather well for the unit.\r\n\r\n

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By contrast, the offense prides itself on complexity, on having a 300-play playbook, more calls than anyone else in the land, as the coaching staff is quick to point out. The upside is that you can theoretically find the precisely optimal play for any opponent or situation, and that defenses have more to prepare for come game week.\r\n\r\n

The downside, however, most clearly manifests itself with newer players and at the beginning of seasons. Early on, newer guys might not have enough experience practicing every given call in that 300-page book to run them all at full speed, without either making mistakes or having to slow down to mentally process. What you gain in complexity, you sacrifice in precision and speed.\r\n\r\n

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I'm reminded of a time I went with a friend, himself the lead singer in a garage band, to a concert (Third Eye Blind free after a baseball game, of all things). After the show, my friend commented that he loved watching the band play not its newest stuff, but its tried-and-true hits, and for a reason that has stayed with me. My friend said he could tell whether it was the first time they'd played a song, the 500th time they’d played the song, or the 5,000th. The band's timing on its newer songs was pretty spot on – these guys are multimillionaire professionals, after all -- but there were hundredth of second errors so small that, while imperceptible to the rest of us, my friend could apparently detect them. By contrast, the group had practiced and played its chart-toppers so many times over the decades that the sound was technically flawless each and every time.\r\n\r\n

Football coaches may not be the ones directing the halftime band, but they certainly understand the lesson. They beg for perfect execution every opportunity they get, and should the team come up short any given Saturday, the explanation more often than not comes down to execution. I think of Jim Harbaugh stopping his day for an hour, or so he told the press once, just to watch a traffic officer whistle and point, coaxing and cajoling vehicles, so expert was this man at his job. Athletes call it being in \"the zone\", us fans collectively pay billions of dollars to witness it, and the coaches are paid millions to bring it out of their charges -- there is something beautiful about perfection.\r\n\r\n

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I’m no football coach (nor much of a musician), but, even to my eyes, it’s obvious that through the first few weeks of the season, the offense has been a little off. The players are talented enough, and presumably smart enough, but little, imperceptible errors add up to kill drives. Nowhere have these micro errors been more apparent than in the red zone, where the margin for error is smallest and to score consistently against the best defenses, you do have to approach perfection. Stretch out this theme across three games, mix in some elite talent offset by hyper-conservatism, add in the frustration of losing to our arch in-state rival, and here we are, 2-1 at the quarterway mark.\r\n\r\n

Moving forward, I’d argue that the offense could learn something from the D. On the D, the play calls are short and sweet, and the rotations are relatively set. More often than not, the resulting product is pretty spot-on too. I don’t think we could say much of that about the offense at this point.\r\n\r\n

If you work in four running backs over the course of a game, the tailbacks are each getting a quarter of the live reps. If you run eight formations, all with different personnel groupings, and two gadget packages (say, wildcat and ogre) per game, everyone’s continuity is disrupted, and the players’ time is sliced up as well. Now divide that lack of experience over 300 pages of plays, and yeah, my head would be spinning sometimes too.\r\n\r\n

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Perhaps we’re witnessing the price you pay early in the season if you install a complex system with all the bells and whistles. Don’t believe me? Look at this year’s roster and all the new faces on the offensive line, where synchronicity and precision matters more than anywhere else. Look at how, under David Shaw, the squad has almost always closed stronger than it started.\r\n\r\nI can already anticipate the argument that the complexity pays off come November and beyond, when the games matter most. I reject the premise, as the scores in September and October can matter every bit as much. If Stanford’s offense doesn’t stall in early contests against Washington and Notre Dame at this point in the schedule two seasons ago, the Card play for a national title. Last year, if the offense can convert in the last seconds against Utah, easily the worst opponent Stanford has lost to in years, the Card probably play for a national title as well. (And, again, throwing to the third-string tight end on the decisive play is a perfect example of too complex by half.)\r\n\r\n

Besides, I don’t exactly see Oregon’s offense shriveling up each November (save for against a mighty, mighty Stanford D that I’d think would be as up to the task should the teams play Week 1). The Ducks famously run hyperspeed, and they can do so not only because they have a bunch of 4.4 guys, but also because their offense is ridiculously simple. Chip Kelly remarked that they run a surprisingly low number of plays, just with slight tweaks to formations. (He’s since taken that same philosophy of simplicity and speed to the NFL, transforming a losing franchise into a playoff team and, just this week, come-from-behind winners over one Andrew Luck.) I don’t know the ins and outs of their offense, but whatever Oregon is calling, it’s simple enough that the team can snap within 10 seconds of the last play and without a huddle or substitution. Not only that, but throw away the 300-page playbook: all the information the players receive can fit on a posterboard of Scott Van Pelt, the letter “M”, a jack-o-lantern, and the word “gusto”.\r\n\r\n

I’m not saying we need to go no-huddle, spread, pass 60 times a game, as Shaw sarcastically suggests of us fourth estate. Instead, I am saying this:\r\n\r\n

1. Find a running back. If you have four, maybe you do have none after all. Tough luck for the three guys who get the short shrift, could start plenty of other places, and now don’t have special packages to ensure them touches each week, but the team needs to come first. Same idea across the offense. I’d go with Remound Wright and, in lower leverage situations, work in Christian McCaffrey, whose upside is greater than any of the other backs’, I’d think. But make a call and run with it.\r\n\r\n

2. Find an identity. I think the programmatic identity is smashmouth but the offensive personnel right now is most suited to go three- or four-wide (as that’s where are best players are, plus it gives our speed backs bigger holes), so there’s a natural conflict there. I say pass, pass, pass to then set up the run, instead of trying to have it the other way, but whatever the decision, pick something, drill it hard, and go with it. If it doesn’t work, of course adapt, but that’s different than having an a priori plan to show six different looks each game.\r\n\r\n

3. Put players in positions to succeed. Relatedly, want to build an identity as a power-running school? Great, go and sign those guys each and every February, so that you don’t find yourself without a power back on the roster, as the Card do now. We need to play to our guys’ strengths, and until the staff finds a successor to the Toby-Stepfan-Tyler lineage, it's not fair to Barry Sanders to ask him to try to mash between the tackles and carry defenders forward to turn three-yard gains into six. After all, you don’t see Oregon asking Toby-types to run fly routes and break safety's ankles.\r\n\r\n

A prescription to keep it short and sweet calls for an equally short and sweet list, so I’ll stop there. If the Card can implement these changes over this bye week, come out with a new offensive focus against Washington (especially, as this is all but a Pac-12 elimination game) and Notre Dame, and continue to bring the defense, they’ll be back in the top 10 and in the thick of the playoff hunt again in no time.\r\n\r\n\r\n

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Henry Anderson said there were a lot of checks at the line of scrimmage last year, which made it hard to get set by the snap against up-tempo teams like USC or Oregon.

Ronnie Harris added that the team is playing faster now that there's less thinking, with the team instead simply lining up in a sound formation and responding to what they see. He also said that with Lance Anderson, the sense is that making a mistake isn't the end of the world: The DC obviously doesn't encourage mistakes, but he'd rather everyone go at 100 percent speed than slow down to double-check. The thinking is that if a player does make a mistake, the rest of the team is flying to the ball and playing fast enough to cover up any miscue, Harris said.

Obviously it's early, and obviously the defense is ridiculously full of returning talent, but safe to say the shift to simplicity and speed is working rather well for the unit.

********** ********** **********

By contrast, the offense prides itself on complexity, on having a 300-play playbook, more calls than anyone else in the land, as the coaching staff is quick to point out. The upside is that you can theoretically find the precisely optimal play for any opponent or situation, and that defenses have more to prepare for come game week.

The downside, however, most clearly manifests itself with newer players and at the beginning of seasons. Early on, newer guys might not have enough experience practicing every given call in that 300-page book to run them all at full speed, without either making mistakes or having to slow down to mentally process. What you gain in complexity, you sacrifice in precision and speed.

********** ********** **********

I'm reminded of a time I went with a friend, himself the lead singer in a garage band, to a concert (Third Eye Blind free after a baseball game, of all things). After the show, my friend commented that he loved watching the band play not its newest stuff, but its tried-and-true hits, and for a reason that has stayed with me. My friend said he could tell whether it was the first time they'd played a song, the 500th time they’d played the song, or the 5,000th. The band's timing on its newer songs was pretty spot on – these guys are multimillionaire professionals, after all -- but there were hundredth of second errors so small that, while imperceptible to the rest of us, my friend could apparently detect them. By contrast, the group had practiced and played its chart-toppers so many times over the decades that the sound was technically flawless each and every time.

Football coaches may not be the ones directing the halftime band, but they certainly understand the lesson. They beg for perfect execution every opportunity they get, and should the team come up short any given Saturday, the explanation more often than not comes down to execution. I think of Jim Harbaugh stopping his day for an hour, or so he told the press once, just to watch a traffic officer whistle and point, coaxing and cajoling vehicles, so expert was this man at his job. Athletes call it being in \"the zone\", us fans collectively pay billions of dollars to witness it, and the coaches are paid millions to bring it out of their charges -- there is something beautiful about perfection.

********** ********** **********

I’m no football coach (nor much of a musician), but, even to my eyes, it’s obvious that through the first few weeks of the season, the offense has been a little off. The players are talented enough, and presumably smart enough, but little, imperceptible errors add up to kill drives. Nowhere have these micro errors been more apparent than in the red zone, where the margin for error is smallest and to score consistently against the best defenses, you do have to approach perfection. Stretch out this theme across three games, mix in some elite talent offset by hyper-conservatism, add in the frustration of losing to our arch in-state rival, and here we are, 2-1 at the quarterway mark.

Moving forward, I’d argue that the offense could learn something from the D. On the D, the play calls are short and sweet, and the rotations are relatively set. More often than not, the resulting product is pretty spot-on too. I don’t think we could say much of that about the offense at this point.

If you work in four running backs over the course of a game, the tailbacks are each getting a quarter of the live reps. If you run eight formations, all with different personnel groupings, and two gadget packages (say, wildcat and ogre) per game, everyone’s continuity is disrupted, and the players’ time is sliced up as well. Now divide that lack of experience over 300 pages of plays, and yeah, my head would be spinning sometimes too.

********** ********** **********

Perhaps we’re witnessing the price you pay early in the season if you install a complex system with all the bells and whistles. Don’t believe me? Look at this year’s roster and all the new faces on the offensive line, where synchronicity and precision matters more than anywhere else. Look at how, under David Shaw, the squad has almost always closed stronger than it started. I can already anticipate the argument that the complexity pays off come November and beyond, when the games matter most. I reject the premise, as the scores in September and October can matter every bit as much. If Stanford’s offense doesn’t stall in early contests against Washington and Notre Dame at this point in the schedule two seasons ago, the Card play for a national title. Last year, if the offense can convert in the last seconds against Utah, easily the worst opponent Stanford has lost to in years, the Card probably play for a national title as well. (And, again, throwing to the third-string tight end on the decisive play is a perfect example of too complex by half.)

Besides, I don’t exactly see Oregon’s offense shriveling up each November (save for against a mighty, mighty Stanford D that I’d think would be as up to the task should the teams play Week 1). The Ducks famously run hyperspeed, and they can do so not only because they have a bunch of 4.4 guys, but also because their offense is ridiculously simple. Chip Kelly remarked that they run a surprisingly low number of plays, just with slight tweaks to formations. (He’s since taken that same philosophy of simplicity and speed to the NFL, transforming a losing franchise into a playoff team and, just this week, come-from-behind winners over one Andrew Luck.) I don’t know the ins and outs of their offense, but whatever Oregon is calling, it’s simple enough that the team can snap within 10 seconds of the last play and without a huddle or substitution. Not only that, but throw away the 300-page playbook: all the information the players receive can fit on a posterboard of Scott Van Pelt, the letter “M”, a jack-o-lantern, and the word “gusto”.

I’m not saying we need to go no-huddle, spread, pass 60 times a game, as Shaw sarcastically suggests of us fourth estate. Instead, I am saying this:

If you have four, maybe you do have none after all. Tough luck for the three guys who get the short shrift, could start plenty of other places, and now don’t have special packages to ensure them touches each week, but the team needs to come first. Same idea across the offense. I’d go with Remound Wright and, in lower leverage situations, work in Christian McCaffrey, whose upside is greater than any of the other backs’, I’d think. But make a call and run with it.

I think the programmatic identity is smashmouth but the offensive personnel right now is most suited to go three- or four-wide (as that’s where are best players are, plus it gives our speed backs bigger holes), so there’s a natural conflict there. I say pass, pass, pass to then set up the run, instead of trying to have it the other way, but whatever the decision, pick something, drill it hard, and go with it. If it doesn’t work, of course adapt, but that’s different than having an a priori plan to show six different looks each game.

Relatedly, want to build an identity as a power-running school? Great, go and sign those guys each and every February, so that you don’t find yourself without a power back on the roster, as the Card do now. We need to play to our guys’ strengths, and until the staff finds a successor to the Toby-Stepfan-Tyler lineage, it's not fair to Barry Sanders to ask him to try to mash between the tackles and carry defenders forward to turn three-yard gains into six. After all, you don’t see Oregon asking Toby-types to run fly routes and break safety's ankles.

A prescription to keep it short and sweet calls for an equally short and sweet list, so I’ll stop there. If the Card can implement these changes over this bye week, come out with a new offensive focus against Washington (especially, as this is all but a Pac-12 elimination game) and Notre Dame, and continue to bring the defense, they’ll be back in the top 10 and in the thick of the playoff hunt again in no time.

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