In 2010, the Stanford Cardinal celebrated their best season in some time (1999) with a 40-12 win over Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl. Jim Harabaugh decided to take his coaching talents to the NFL and coach the 49ers. Enter Roy "Tha Shark" Baker, a coach who's known for his "Misdirection 'N' Motion" offense and "Two-Five" defensive scheme. Q: Explain what the "Two-Five" is for your defense? A: Well, it's simple. Throughout a game, we want to show you 25 different looks. If we use 25 separate formations defensively, the offensive line and quarterback figure to have issues. Baker also vowed to make life a living hell for defenses. Q: You have this offensive scheme known as Misdirection N Motion. Care to elaborate? A: I think sending players in motion takes defenders out of their comfort zone. It's all deception. If we can get players moving, we might get some one uncomfortable. All it takes is one screw up by the defense, and we might get a huge play out of this. A quote after this interview was very telling of what Baker believes will happen. "We'll have the coach of the year, Heisman, and national title."