Looking at what some of the top rank teams do as far as how they manage their play calling ratios....got me thinking about coaching philosophy overall.
Bishop Gorman #1 team in the nation. Basically 2 to 1 Run/Pass...btw their stats IMO are very unpleasing to the eye for the #1 team LOL
58 passes in 3 games, completed 30 for 591 yards.
Ran the ball 118 times for 853 yards. (Avg 280 ypg, 7 yards per carry is damn good, I get that)
5 sacks, 3 interceptions..... but not flashy by any means but that is all beside the point.
Mountain Pointe on the same train as them.
Then you compare teams like Basha, Desert Mtn or anyone who is running the air raid esque offense 2-3 to 1 Run/Pass ratio.....struggling to win games (look at Washington State for example too). I know they always say, if you can run the ball... you'll win more games than you'll lose. But do you think some coaches lose sight with that? I get you might have these prolific passing QB's but if you take Bishop Gorman for example, they might have the highest QB recruit int he nation probably....but they do what wins games. Establishing the time to develop your OL and run game is well worth the benefit...plus who wants to pass set all game? Yuck....
What do you guys think? Is the game evolving faster than coaches are willing to? In time will we all be transition back to running Power I, Wishbone, Double Wing?