How offenses take advantage of MOFC coverages with unbalanced formations

MQ takes a look at 2020's Oregon-Cal matchup

On paper, I prefer unbalanced sets because it eliminates an eligible WR. In my mind, the offense has taken one less WR off the board. To counter that thought, when the offense creates an extra gap to one side, the defense must adjust accordingly. It is the true definition of a yo-yo situation; the defense is pulled in both directions. Offenses can alrea…

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