September 5, 2012

Notebook: New look from Arizona

Gundy not making judgements on tempo yet

In Oklahoma State's 84-0 win over Savannah State, the starting offense enjoyed around four drives of football before they were pulled for backups.

There wasn't much to take from the game, although in the limited time they were on the field, the starters seem to have the tempo that OSU has found so much success with under control.

"We moved very fast," coach Mike Gundy said. "We'll get a better feel not only this week, but the next three or four weeks with where we're at and how Wes [Lunt] handles the speed and tempo of our offense."

Defense prepares for Arizona's spread option

Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez built his offense's fame during his time at West Virginia back from 2001 to 2007.

His style of offensive play, a blend of the spread attack similar to that of Oklahoma State, as well as an option attack built

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