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"I watched film; thats what we do," Brown said.
Which film, coach? The Hours? Sure, as in hours and hours of spring training video.
Some coaches travel together, if only to observe other programs -- as did the Oregon Ducks defensive staff, Browns guests at practice Monday.
"We dont get to go visit other places because we dont have time," Brown said, "but you have that break in the middle (of spring drills) that gives you a chance to watch every play of the first eight days so youll come back knowing exactly what youve got. Sometimes you can go so fast at spring practice that you dont get to study film enough. Its a great evaluation time for us."
Other than focusing on personnel, the film critic said the new additions in the offensive package were particularly Oscar-worthy.
"I like our misdirection plays, I like moving the pocket more, I like the draws were looking at, and I like our option plays," Brown said. "Im pleased with the few things that weve changed to help our offense."
Defensively, the new wrinkles (also reviewed on film) have involved disguising coverage in the secondary and more stemming from the D-line.
"Those are things we wanted to do," Brown said. "And, so far, Ive been really pleased with our kicking game."
Trout fishing? This time of year, only if the fish are biting in Waller Creek.