Slider Test - Spread Offense Only one game in so far. I replayed the UGA @ MSU game, just to see if I could run the ball. I called all different kinds of shotgun run plays, with different levels of success. I had the best success out of the wildcat spread. I ran the motion option pass a few times, keeping one and pitching a few, but I got good results every time. Where I got stuffed was when I relied on a guy to make a block. I couldn't run inside, at least not against four man fronts. My O-line got abused. Now, it's a B- offense vs. an A- defense, and one of UGA's studs is a d-lineman, so I wouldn't see inside runs as a big part of MSU's game plan in this one, but it was pretty brutal at times. In the end, I managed to do well, but not all of my run plays were real options. I ran 17 times for 101 yards (5.9) with Robert Elliott (82 OVR), but Relf the QB only ran for about 2 yards a carry. Actually, I think I overproduced a bit with these guys. I think the key is to check in and out of plays. The CPU always seems to line up perfectly, so many times, snapping the ball without moving something around would result in a jumped snap and a loss. Basically, I think we can run out of the spread, but it ain't gonna be easy. I'd consider a slight adjustment, but I'm not seeing the need for a significant change. Granted, this was a single game, but I did manage to get a hundred yard rusher on a pretty sweet defense - and I did it with players mostly in the seventies and low eighties. Anyway, if anyone wants to make suggestions, I'm all ears.