“We’ve probably leaned on him a little bit, like, hey, how did you guys do this in the years past? "Obviously there’s been a lot of success in that way so we’ve leaned on him like, hey, what did you see here? What was the corner — what was the receiver reading here?
So we’ve leaned on him in that way."In college programs around the country, offensive coordinators use the simple understanding of the Art Briles' offense: take what is given.
Matt Rhule has shown he isn't stubborn when it comes to adjusting the way things are done on the field to make sure his team has what it takes to win.
That's a fortunate thing for Baylor fans who have been cautious about what exactly the offense will look like in Waco this fall and for the foreseeable future.
That's the personnel that Thomas is referencing, something that other programs don't always have when trying to implement the system. It's that same personnel with multiple years of experience in an offensive scheme that was considered the best offense in the country dating back to Robert Griffin III's Heisman winning campaign in 2011.
Why not take advantage of it even if it's only for one or two or three drives per game?
While there is some merit to this argument, it overlooks an important fact: hiring must be equally viewed as both a people decision and a business decision.
Hiring happens when a person is needed to fill a business requirement or gap.
Based on the pace needed to secure these top performers, you could make the assumption that the majority of companies are nimble and poised to react quickly and efficiently to ensure they get available top talent.One of the country’s leading law firms has adopted a radical approach to recruiting graduates, in an attempt to neutralise any bias towards Oxbridge or the country’s leading independent schools.Clifford Chance, one of the big five “magic circle” law firms in the United Kingdom, has quietly introduced a “CV blind” policy for final interviews with all would-be recruits.Last night university lecturers urged other corporations to follow suit.In its first year of operation, the scheme has seen its annual intake of 100 graduate trainees come from 41 different education institutions – a rise of nearly 30 per cent on the number represented in the previous year under the old recruitment system.