Reeder had some good concepts. Ultimately I think they waited too long to adjust the play-calling to the inexperience on offense.
Game-planning I felt improved. They attacked opposing defenses' weaknesses well, even if poor execution limited exploits.
But in the end
Took too long for the offense to get a handle on the new scheme, even if some passing concepts carried over
Defenses picked up on it quickly in game, and we didn't adjust. Eg, too many screens, RB passes early on in the season, reducing yards per play
Not enough vertical passing until later in the season which could be due to
Too much youth and inexperience on the outside with Guyton and Bussey gone.