Steve Wyche reported that KK contacted Lincoln Riley, Murray's college head coach to get details on the numbering schemes and vernacular they used in his offense at Oklahoma. KK plans to change some of his play calls and language to match, in order to help speed Murray's transition. I've never heard of anybody doing this before. But it's the perfect time for it to happen. New QB. New offense the team hasn't seen yet. It makes perfect sense. Why not make things easiest for the guy that matters most? Let Kingsbury learn some new terms. He's in there grinding 24/7 anyway. Is this guy the anti-Whisenhunt? Edit. Here's Wyche's quote from Up to the Minute on KK's call to Lincoln Riley: "...he's somebody who wants to be pushed. But Kingsbury and that staff also know that Murray has to succeed. So one thing Kingsbury has done, called up Murray's former coach at Oklahoma, Lincoln Riley and said 'Okay look, what do I need to do to push and coach this kid the right way? And also, give me some of your numbering schemes on offense and give me some of your venacular. I'm gonna change some of the language and some of the play calls in my playbook to make it more familiar to Kyler Murray, so when he gets in the huddle, he can get through everything he needs to get through to get the guys to the LOS and get them lined up properly.'"