if you include special teams play that is anything but a hurry up. Never seen a team kickoff faster than another team or punt faster than another team.
It becomes relevant, though, when discussing the impact of running more plays. So even though those special teams plays are rarely at a "hurry up" pace, the offensive pace impacts the overall number of snaps that the players are on the field.
More snaps = higher risk of injury, higher chance of heat related illness, more opportunities for concussions, etc...
Nick Saban is a MFing genius.
This post was edited on 7/18 at 4:02 pm