Chaz, im sure you're aware that MOST football plays come down to execution. Therein lies the problem. And, as Kyle, points out, it wasnt just a one group problem. Theres plenty of criticism to go around. Im not so hard on the play calling as some on here, tho it was certainly a factor in some games. Execution, or lack thereof, is the crux of the matter.
Whether it be WRs not getting open, running wrong/poor routes, drops or the Oline not blocking consistantly. As we've seen in our last 2 NCs, a dominant Dline wins games. Often, our Oline was dominated. I know some will point to Weber's 1,000+ yrds. and say how bad could the Oline have been? It was BAD to average. We're an Oline driven team, remember?
Now, we come to JT. I love me some JT, but he certainly seemed to have "regressed" last yr. Whether it be missing wide open receivers, or not seeing wide open receivers or a new QB coach. Also, is it just me, or does JT get a LOT of balls tipped at the LOS?
Execution. EVERY play is designed to be successful if it is executed properly. Lack of execution will make ANY called play look bad.
Lets GO BUCKS!