Think about it: What does a Tom Moore offense look like? In Pittsburgh, he ran. In Indy, he passes. There's no West Coast, East Coast, Shock-and-Awe Mickey Mouse element to his offenses. He doesn't act like he invented the game and he's not angling for a head coaching job somewhere else.
"Coaching is adjusting to circumstances,'' he said. "I don't know any coach who has any particular knowledge that would make any part of football his. There's nothing that hasn't already been done. All we do is try to learn from those who've passed through. All coaches are directly tied to their players. It's really no more complicated than that.