Feb 28, 2022
Let's cut down to it. Last season, ASU's offense wasn't very good. Sure, there were positives: the play of Rachaad White, Curtis Hodges' emergence at tight end, some strong offensive line play at times. But the overall production fell short of both the team's, and fan's, expectations.
Coming off the season, there was hope that things would be better than last year. Since then, offensive coordinator Zak Hill resigned and three-year starting quarterback Jayden Daniels, among others, entered the transfer portal. Needless to say, new offensive coordinator Glenn Thomas has a lot on his plate.
Hired to replace Hill in January as OC & quarterbacks coach, Thomas comes to ASU after a lengthy career that includes stops with the Atlanta Falcons, Temple, Baylor, and most recently UNLV.
On this episode, we discuss why he took the job, scheme, philosophy, playcalling, the QB competition, revitalizing the passing game, and much more.