Die hard fans cannot get over the gopher football offensive embarassment this year. What happened? Here are some thoughts via questions.
Did the coaches drill the players over and over again on the offensive plays to the point that it became second nature to execute?
Did the coaches inspire the players to the point that they knew they would score with first and goal to go? Did the players develop confidence over the course of the season?
Did the coaches kick ass and demand perfection at practice (we all know young players need that)?
Was there respect for the coaches?
Did the players have discipline off the field?
Do the players and coaches have confidence in the offense and believe they will win?
Is Adam Weber improving as a quarterback? Does he fumble a lot, miss receivers, see the whole filed? Is he a leader at all times? Is he often confused?
Why does this team struggle so much to have an offense?
I am looking for answers as to why there is this incredible lack of offensive performance.