Three days after the loss to the Pioneers, Griffith started installing a new motion and misdirection offense on the Monday before facing Hoover. It got great results against the Huskies.
"After last weeks game, we realized we have to do a few different things with the football," Griffith said. "It forced us to move some people around and instead of getting into our iso package, we spread people out and used some misdirection.
"Some people call it the wing-T, but I call it the iced-T. I refuse to run the wing-T. We've got to open things up a bit. We saw the gap between us and Wayne, and we are trying to fill that gap in as best we can."
Griffith couldn't be happier with the output he is receiving from the running back by committee.
"To me, it's one of the best backfields you can see, especially in double-A," Griffith said. "We felt comfortable throughout the offseason that these guys were going to be awesome players. Last year we saw the potential they had."
Bias leads Scott with 915 rushing yards but is last among the three in touchdowns (seven). Loftus, a junior, is second on the team with 602 yards on the ground and nine touchdowns. Crone, a sophomore, despite being last of the trio with 421 yards rushing, has scored the most touchdowns, with 10.
Griffith believes he has the complete package at the running back position with each brining something different to the table.
"Robert has a lot of speed and gets to the edge quick," Griffith said. "Cameron has some speed and sees the field really well. Tristan is just a powerful, young man. And when Hunter gets thrown into the mix, he does things for us, too. There is a lot to our backfield."
Bias said each back brings something different to the offense.
"We've got good speed, and we've got power," Bias said. "We have a lot of different people who run the ball really well and it has helped us all out."
Scott is off this week, but has two of its toughest games remaining after the bye. Class AA No. 7 (No. 4 Daily Mail Poll) Robert C. Byrd (7-1) visits Madison on Oct. 26, and Class AAA No. 18 Logan (5-2) visits in a regular-season finale on Nov. 2.