Five Scheme Adjustments on Offense for 2014

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     Move the pocket

    Though the offensive line bunch that left after 2013 certainly received some criticism from time to time, there was little debate that it was one of the best pass-protecting units in the SEC and maybe even the nation. Quarterbacks Justin Worley and Joshua Dobbs regularly had several seconds to take a complete drop, make several reads and then throw the ball downfield. Much of the traditional drop-back passing might need to be scrapped from the playbook this season. With a brand new offensive line with little game experience, especially at tackle, it’s unrealistic to think the QBs will have as much time in 2014. Look for Bajakian to get creative in finding his QBs more time – bootlegs, rollouts or whatever it takes to make it happen. Though this an area where Dobbs has the advantage, Worley is athletic enough to buy some time as well. 

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