I'm a little late commenting on this, but perhaps our most talented player, Vic Anderson, hinted via Twitter that he may be making the move from tailback to receiver next season.
After moving Darius Ashley to cornerback, this would be the second provocative change to the Cardinal offense. It would indicate a couple of things, the first being that Strong and Sanford have tremendous confidence in the young stable of running backs that remain.
Two, both are willing to take drastic actions to fix the biggest problem of this team, moving the football. I'm not trying to besmirch the defensive side of the ball, but I think it's a tad easier to make immediate improvements simply by "coachin' em up". An attitude adjustment, new tackling techniques, a blitz scheme or two and you're on your way. Don't get me wrong, I don't think anyone will confuse the Cards D next season with the '85 Bears, but with Strong's expertise, I'm not as concerned about that side of the ball.
Jump starting a stinking, rotting, corpse of an offense is a trickier endeavor. I don't think I'll ever completely erase the Syracuse unloss (no one won) from my mind. Step one, it seems, is to do what Kragthorge was incapable, of doing. Getting the ball in the best players' hands as often as possible. Since there's only so much you can do with 5 capable running backs, I applaud Coach Strong for taking some chances to maximize the considerable talent that remains.