“-- He didn’t anticipate throwing the ball 50 times. Going into the third quarter, it was pretty even, but the way the fourth quarter unfolded, that’s what they had to do.
-- It showed him they have the ability to do some things through the air. But for them to be the best they can be, they need to be balanced, no matter what the defense gives you.“
Can one of you coaches explain why you HAVE to be balanced no matter what the defense gives you? My layman’s understanding is exploit what they give you and take the other when they try to stop what’s been working.