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The naysayers are once again going to come down hard on the offense and Steve Addazio's play calling after the USF game.
Whether or not you agree with the criticism, the biggest problem is that Addazio has yet to develop an approach, identity or whatever you want to call it to the offense.
In the early part of the game, he tried to get the passing game going, preferring to keep things conservative for the most part. Then, he went back to the running game for a little bit.
Once Addazio gave the Bulls a heavy dose of Florida's running backs, the offense finally opened the game up. But against stronger opponents, you can't wait until the third quarter to really get things going.
That starts with establishing what you want to do from the outset and continuing to do it throughout the game.
If that identity is a strong running attack, then do it early and often. If you want a passing attack, then open things up.
Right now, it just doesn't seem like Addazio knows what he wants to do. Sure, it's only been two weeks with an entirely new offensive lineup, but the SEC schedule starts this week.
Time to establish that identity, then ride it to victory.