It's all good and fine to want to run the football, but do we have to make it so ******* obvious? When you have 4 TEs in the game, or 3 TEs and a FB, everyone in the stadium knows we're gonna run it. That said, why do we keep doing that? I'm tired of seeing a run of 2 yards on 1st down followed by a run of 3. We've consistently been in 3rd and 5 or longer the past two weeks. It puts the entire offense in a position to fail. I don't label the 2nd to last drive's failure to score as a fault by Ash. I blame Harsin for dicking around on first and second down. Yeah, Ash should've been ready to catch the snap. It might've been 3rd down anyway. I just hate that in the most critical part of the game, we decide to tell the defense exactly what plays we are going to run. There is no excuse for not scoring a touchdown when you start that close to your opponents' end zone. Here's an idea: If you want to run the ball, spread the defense out by going 3-wide. It keeps them out of the box if the respect the pass. With the box open, there's more room for our talented backs to run to. If they load the box to stop the run, throw it. What a damn concept. You can take your gadget plays and shov'em up where the sun doesn't shine if you can't can't handle that concept. That's the same concept that allowed OSU and WVU to run all over us.