By now you’ve all heard about Jay Paterno’s new offense, which he has dubbed the Spread HD. Of course, no one knows precisely what the hell that is. However, we’re all sitting on pins and needles waiting for some clue. Reader Scott has posted his idea of the evolution of Jay and his offensive schemes in a FOS post replete with lots of illustrative pictures. Says Scott:
Last week, the world of college football was blownÂ away by Jay Paterno’s announcement of the new “Spread HD” offense.Â Some of the greatest minds of the game were mesmerized. Norm Chow wondered how he could have missed developing this. Steve Spurrier almost messed his hair up. Charlie Weis ordered a third “extra value” meal. Bear Bryant rolled over in his grave.Â Collectively, all of them (except Bear) wondered the same thought â€“ how did this young upstart become such an offensive genius? After extensive research, I am now able to shed some light on the evolution of Jay Paterno, football genius.
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Dear Mr. Scott; During the “Barr Years” at PSU, footballs were often in short supply and Jay was sometimes used. Chris Barr was once quoted as saying that he could get more lift out of Jay than 20 Wilsons. Perhaps this explains Jays in depth knowledge of football. ( As long as we’re being satirical)