Will the Wild Turkey Work for the Virginia Tech Hokies?

Posted by Justin Cocchiola on August-2-2009 Add Comments

Flashy, somewhat gimmicky, offenses are taking over college football.  The spread offense is represented in almost every BCS conference, and it has changed the face of the game.

Unlike the National Football League, athletes like a Usain Bolt can work well in college football systems.  Baylor's Robert Griffin is a prime example.

Extremely athletic quarterbacks with a run first, throw second mentality has worked for a lot of schools, and, let's face it, it's fun to watch.

The Wild Turkey is the same as the Wildcat offense, and is very new to Virginia Tech.  Offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring debuted the offense last year, primarily in goal line situations, to try and give a stagnate offense a spark....

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