Originally Posted by Sea Ray
It all comes back to the offensive coordinator. If Carson's hard counts aren't being executed properly then it's up to the OC to coach him up and get it fixed.
Your example doesn't reflect well on the OC
I'd say its a choice that an OC has made and lives with. But, I think you are greatly overstating the impact of this attribute on the overall job that an OC is being paid to do. Sure, his higher responsibility makes him technically accountable for such things, but I'd have a hard time sitting in a job evaluation with Brat and saying, "well, Bob, we're going to go another direction. Too many false starts in your regime."
In other words, that should be a very small part of an org's concern with an offensive coordinator. So much majoring in minors.