"I told Urban Meyer this summer that Charlie is a better coordinator than he was three years ago," said Steve Spurrier, who was Strong's boss from 1991-94. "He said, 'You're right.' ... They seem to know what the other team is doing all of the time.
"Charlie, like all good coaches, if there is a better way to do something, he looks for it."
In a lot of ways it's a perfect storm, Strong evolving constantly and having all of the checkers to line up in whatever defense makes sense.
"The way he attacks you," said LSU coach Les Miles, "he's constantly stirring the pot looking to be better."
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Anyone notice that Mullen's new offense scored twice as many points as ours against LSU? Here's a nice love letter to UF's current best coach. The Spurrier and Miles quotes: