OK, here is something that I'm having trouble with. Many people are saying that Crowton is being forced to scale down the playbook to accommodate Jefferson, and maybe Lee. How is this possible? I played QB my freshman year and most of my sophomore year of HS before I moved to D. We had a base of 100 plays in our playbook. 1-49 were running plays........Dive, Lead, Power, Isolation, Draw, Counter, Toss Sweep, Read Option, Counters, etc. 50-100 were pass plays.......screen, slant, short out, comeback, curl, deep out, post, corner, fly On top of those base plays, we added all of our audibles, check downs, and any trick plays and then each week we also created additional plays specifically geared toward the team we were playing that week. I'm 31 years old and I could probably walk onto a field right now and correctly run all of the 100 base plays, including making reads and progressions through receivers on passes. Now, I'm sure that LSU's playbook is more complicated than my HS playbook was, but when either Jefferson or Lee is on the field, it seems like we are limited to less than 12-15 plays. How can this be? Is it our offense or our qb's so unintelligent that they are unable to have more variety than that? Or is Crowton only comfortable calling those few plays, and if so, why? No offense should be as limited and inept as ours is.