USC’s Air Raid offense is doing a great job getting the ball to its wide receivers but Graham Harrell seems to have little use for the tight end.
Erik Krommenhoek and Josh Falo combined for six receptions in five games.
By contrast, former USC tight end Cary Angeline, who transferred to North Carolina State, has 13 receptions this season in five games. Notre Dame’s tight ends have caught 26 passes.
But the Irish are not smart enough to run the Air Raid.
Wouldn’t you think USC, in what will be its biggest game of the season from a national perspective, would maybe alter the offense and surprise the Irish by throwing to the tight end? I would but I’m not Genious Graham Harrell.
At this point, I’m not sure why tight end Jack Yary, the son of ex-USC All-American Ron Yary, remains committed to USC. Unless he expects a coaching change and new offense that utilizes the tight end.