Okay, after listening to Vinny Cerrato's radio appearance we can gleam a few things.
• Jim Zorn and Jason Campbell will be on the field next week going over fundamentals.
• No change in the running game. Same terminology, same plays.
• New passing game, however with a much shorter verbiage.
The third point is very surprising. The WCO is not known for short verbiage. Especially compared to the Coryell numbered system. In the Coryell system a WR's route is a number between 0-9, while in the WCO it's generally words.
Maybe we have something different going on, or Saunders system was not as easy to learn terminology-wise as we were led to believe.
Nice to know our HC and our Qb will be on the field next week. Nice to know our running game should not be too different and I believe Bugel will have a lot of say there. And also nice to know that maybe the verbiage in the passing game will be easier, which goes a long way in making the transition easier on all offensive players.
I can't say all this is fact, but if it's true than it does mean there is either continuity or some streamlining going on.
I find it hard to believe that WCO terminology is simpler than Coryell terminology, but I would be a fool to say I know more about football terminology than Vinny. If you think you know more than he does, than please teach the rest of us.