The new cliche for college football head coaches is making sure their team plays well in all three phases of the game — offense, defense, special teams. In my mind there is a fourth phase. Coaching.
Barry Odom and his staff at Missouri have failed in the fourth phase. They have not put their players in a position to be successful and I pinpoint one play in the first half of the Tigers 35-3 loss to Purdue to illustrate my point. My one tip for the offense is simplistic, and could produce positive results.
I’ll explain the common sense fix on today’s podcast.