For Saban and Kiffin, it’s the Inside Zone.
For Paul Johnson, it’s the Triple Option.
For Mike Leach, it’s Mesh.
I can go on and on but I’ve noticed that most of my various offenses are designed the same way: having one base play and everything is built off of it.
My Kansas State dynasty, it was the Power Option for my Tom Osborne/Nebraska offense.
I’m both of my Duke dynasties, it was the HB Slam for my Pro Style offense and the Speed Option for my Spread Option offense.
For my Kent State dynasty, I ran my version of the Air Raid offense (I called it the Al Raid ?) where Curl Flats was my staple.
The question you have to ask yourself when deciding on which offense to use is this:
What is your favorite way to gain 3 yards?
The plays I mentioned are all meant to at least get 3 yards, as with most plays.
You need to find a base play that you know and/or at least think you would enjoy using on a consistent basis.
Then build ther rest of your offense off of that.
This gives you an excuse to use most of your 9 formations since you can run your base play from all of them.
It’s a proven method to build a great offense in NCAA 06 and one I highly recommend because I can attest to its usefulness.
What has been you favorite way to gain 3 yards?
Let’s discuss it in the comment section and see if we can bounce ideas of one another.