Probably likely, though blitzing is getting less and less popular, especially in college against spread offenses that are designed to get the ball to the guy you left.I gotta believe we'll stunt, blitz, press, and vary coverages far more often than we did in the Lovie years.
The trick with throwing the kitchen sink at opponents is that you have to be able to run all of it well. Not easy with limited time to spend with your players.
For all of his flaws, Lovie is a better defensive X's and O's guy than just about anybody. A dinosaur maybe, but a master dinosaur. And that wasn't TOTALLY absent in the way we played under him. But our new staff know the college game and the college player much better, and so I expect we won't have the misalignment of talent, opponent, and scheme that we so often suffered with under Lovie. The problems will be different problems.