Great post ... 100% agree !!! It s one of the reason Tress has always been my all time very best ... He has unique ability to learn, teach and adjust . I will always remember the 2009 season, after the Purdue disaster Tress decided to rebuild Pryor s confidence with simple offense and during the bowl preparation, with more time to prepare, he opened up the offense ... I still smile today when i remember a ton of analysts saying that we had no chance ag. Oregon, no chance to control their offense, no chance to move the ball ... blah blah blah !!! except for their kick/punt returner Barner nobody was a threat ag. us on that day ... We controlled the whole game ... I think our offense controlled the ball more than 40 minutes .
It s just 1 example of how great Tress is ... For those who still say that Tress was not able to call an aggressive offense just look what he did with Troy Smith in full control ... Just watch the tape of the game of the century, we saw plenty of fireworks in that game .
Great was a great coach ... The best in my book !!!
Thanks for all Coach !!!