Hear me out. I think it is very easy to game plan against LSU with Chavis as defensive coordinator. His philosophy is very simple. It equates to playing a prevent end of the half type defense for 60 minutes. There is nothing sophisticated about it. Little to no blitzes, little to no stunts, keep your db's 15 yards or more away from the line of scrimmage etc. You rely heavily on the base d line (front 4) to put pressure on the qb. Your linebackers and db's must keep everything in front of them. Everyone must tackle and wrap up (no miss tackles). The only time we tighten up our d is in the red zone. That is only because Chavis is forced to play everyone closer to the line of scrimmage because he runs out of real estate. The problem is everyone is able to dink and dunk there way down the field. All you need is a patient offense that takes what Chavis gives them, and they can drive it down our throats each possesion. It also keeps the d out on the field longer than they should. Without the proper athletes it almost makes you cringe watching it. I know everyone may say wait till Chavis gets his athletes here but still, his philosophy is too soft. I think Chavis is a good coach, and good man, but I don't like this basic vanilla scheme he uses for 60 minutes. Do you agree/disagree?