Steven Ruiz at For The Win has put together a phenomenal look at what Kliff Kingsbury's offense looked like in college and how it will translate into the NFL. It's more than just spreading the field with multiple receivers and throwing a dozen passes in a row. Ruiz includes lots of tidbits from Sports Info Solutions on Texas Tech's scheme:
- "Texas Tech ran the ball out of 10 personnel 199 times (NFL teams ran out of 10p only 79 times in 2018) for an average of 4.6 yards-per-carry, which ranked fourth among Power 5 schools."
- "Among Power 5 teams, only Michigan State passed the ball more often on second-and-long (eight or more yards to go) than Texas Tech did in 2018."
- "Kingsbury is not your traditional Air Raid coach who’s running only inside and outside zone. While he’ll still run his fair share of zone concepts, his run designs are more choreographed. According to Sports Info Solutions, only Oklahoma ran more plays with pulling guards among Power 5 teams."