Half of the Southeastern Conference football programs use the generic term "multiple" when describing their offensive style.
Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, South Carolina and Tennessee are among the teams in this category, but Georgia and Missouri are nowhere close to that list. Georgia's Bulldogs have run a pro-style offense throughout Mark Richt's 12 seasons as coach, while Gary Pinkel's Tigers possess the league's only pure spread attack.
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"We just believe in what we do," Richt said. "I've coached offensive football long enough to know that whatever you do, if you execute it well, then you're going to move the ball and you're going to score points.