If we run our offense similar to LaTech, you'll also notice that Franklin likes to attack wide in the passing game. There aren't a lot of routes designed to go over the middle. Most of the passes there have been second or third options or check downs. I'm guessing this is to pare down the offense even further.
It's much easier to make passing reads on the outside where there is no robber or bandit and fewer LB's. You don't have to see the whole field to make the right decision, unlike over the middle where you need to understand what the safeties and LB's are doing to find the right window. Looking wide only, if the safeties move to help over, the read is under. If the safeties don't move to help, you read deep to a fade, post or comeback. This is really evident when LaTech would pass out of their diamond formation.
It's really amazing how much they've stripped down the concepts to those with high probabilities of success and avoiding those that have a high probability of catastrophic failure. I'm really looking forward to how we will look next season.