While I am on a rant, doesn't the no-huddle actually use the advantage of quickly getting plays off to work. Merely rushing to the line, then taking 20 seconds to see a coach relay a play in is just spread huddle. For an alternative treatment, see Boise State v. Georgia, 3Q 14:55-11:01, Boise State: 11 PLAYS IN 3:54, TD. As a bonus, you lose the opportunity to make sure everyone is on the same page. For the life of me, I can't fathom actually waiting to see what the defense is doing before calling a play, since, you know, you have the ball and should put the defense in the position of having to react to you, not the other way around. General Neyland would not approve.
What did Bobo read in the off season, Custer's treatise on fighting Native Americans in Montana territory?
Bobo's Presser Transcript - Seth Emerson (Macon.com)
The Cheesecake Factory of Football - Blutarsky