In Part 1 of our three-part series on new offensive coordinator Kalen DeBoer, we described Coach DeBoer’s offensive system. Today, in Part 2, we’ll go position by position to examine how IU’s current personnel may fit in that system.
It’s time to get to know IU’s new offensive coordinator, Kalen DeBoer. Over the next few days, we’ll try to answer three questions: (1) What does DeBoer’s offense look like? (2) How will IU’s current personnel fit in that offense? (3) Please Jeebus, tell me it will be better than the last guy with the very similar name’s offense (not really a question, but ok).
Today, we’ll start with a description of DeBoer’s offense, based on a review of a handful of games he’s called over the past few seasons.
It’s time to close the book on participation for the 2018 Hoosier defense and take an early look at the 2019 defensive depth chart.
After a much needed break and with an offensive coordinator change bringing new enthusiasm to a fanbase worn down by excessive short crossing patterns, it’s time to dig into the offensive situation that the new OC, whomever that may be, will inherit.
After a much need break from IU football, for both the writers and the readers, we’re back! Actually I was just hoping that if nothing happened for a while that someone would email a recap for me to post. But that didn’t happen so here we are. Let’s quickly recap.