Oneonta (WBNG BINGHAMTON) In 2013, the Oneonta Yellow Jackets lacked sting, finishing 2-7 under first year head coach John Mushtare. But Oneonta thinks it can take a big step forward this year, thanks to an offense that is starting to click.
After a year of growing into a new offensive scheme, the Yellow Jackets are ready to spread the field with a fast-paced attack. The team expects junior quarterback Jake Crotser to flourish in his second year as a starter, which means year two in the system could yield a more balanced attack.
"At first it was rough because it was brand new. We had a month, two months at the most to get used to it," said senior Dalton Ormsby. "Now, finally, it's coming together. It's coming out real good."
"Option, screen and pass. We're trying to be more of an even distribution of pass and run," Mushtare said. "Last year, we were probably 70 percent run, and threw when we had to. This year, we're trying to be 50-50."