Maybe someone can explain this for me (in a non- ‘I’m mad they lost and everything associated with Iowa is the worst ever’ way)..,,
Iowa moved the ball well in the second, other the first drive. Most are saying you can disregard this as a good sign for the future (I’m not holding up much hope) because it was desperation time and they had to go full pace. But the offense looked good with the quick passes. Most agree that Stanley is a pretty good QB when not pressured (We can debate all day whose fault it is when he doesn’t play well under pressure, but it’s irrelevant).
1) So why aren’t quick passes the normal plan for Iowa?
2) Does any successful D1 program still have as their basic offense the plan to go through 3-4 read progressions post-snap?
3) In theory, couldn’t you remain committed to the run and ball control but still have quick passes?