London has spent the last 16 years as an assistant coach in college. He also has been an intern at camps with the Cowboys, Patriots and Jets. "He's very technique-sound," defensive end Gary Walker said. "The coach we had in the past was great. But London has his style, and his style is working. I'm enjoying him. "College and NFL coaching is pretty much similar. ... He knows the scheme. We've bought into his philosophy, and we're excited about doing it." The above is a quote from the Chonicle and it sort of verifys what I have been saying. Gary Walker is really telling you something about the former coach. As I indicated in another post awhile back, this seemly small change may yield big time results. There have been a lot of indications of this coming out of TC. The pressure of the D-line on our O-line is just one of those and I'm excited about that. In years past our O-line wasn't pressed nor was the other Teams O-lines that we played. I think our D-line is going to pressure this year and our O-line is going to get better because of the pressure in TC. I think this is a win-win scenario despite what people see on the news. You can't fix it if you can't see what's broken and where the problems are. I'm happy every time they do something that exposes a problem, because then they can fix it. Some people have been saying things are looking better and that Wand isn't getting beat on every play and is starting to look better. I guess that would be called learning by experience. Remember, he was classified as learning disabled and he might not learn by listening. He may be a very visual learner.