I finally got a chance to listen to last weeks' CF radio show. I was reminded, again, just what a football mind the likes of Jeff Woody and Ben Bruns have. Well, then there is also Woody's access as a recently former player. What really caught my attention was Jeff's comment on the difference between Bill Bleil's style as OL coach, and Klenakis'. To paraphrase (as I understaood it), in Bleil's system, players were assigned to go to a specific place, and block whoever they found there--and in Klenakis' system, it was just the opposite(someone can feel free to transcribe the quote). Which, according to JW, was the reason (or, a big part of the reason) there was such a long transition period, before they finally started looking better late in the season. Interesting. I hadn't heard before that the two coaches' philosophies were so different. Which, of course, brings us to CW's(?) quote of Bruns, who apparently said that whatever else with a new OC, the choice of an OL coach, and the adjustment of the OL would still be the biggest key for next season. I'm sure I'm mangling the quotes, but I think I was close on the intent. And I still found both statements intriguing.