Urban Meyer is thought of as an offensive guru. His teams seemingly always have a high-powered offense that is predicated on the QB being a dual-threat.
This style of offense has become the norm in college football, but few coaches have been as successful doing it as Meyer.
Meyer has been fortunate to have quarterbacks that run his system well. Josh Harris at Bowling Green, Alex Smith at Utah, Tim Tebow at Florida and now Braxton Miller at Ohio State are all the dual-threat type of QB that Meyer’s system thrives with.
Meyer has shown that his system can adapt to a less mobile QB like Chris Leak. Yet, he clearly prefers to have a runner under center, which can be seen by looking at his top five plays.
These plays are not necessarily the five plays he calls the most. In fact his teams rarely run two of them. However, they are the five most effective plays that he has run during his career as a coach.
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