It's a new day in Miami, where new head coach Joe Philbin brings a very different philosophy on offense when compared to previous head coach Tony Sparano.
"No huddle. Very up-tempo and fast-paced offense. That's the biggest thing right off the bat," Bush told the official team site when asked about changes he's noticed. "That means our conditioning is going to have to be high, and we're going to run a lot of plays in real games. So that's something we have got to be prepared for. We've got to play fast and know the system; we can't have split-second indecision because it could mess up a play or a whole drive."
"That's a lot of plays. I was just asking our running back coach (Jeff Nixon), 'Is this going to be the temp in the game?' " he said. "We're pretty fast right now, but usually we practice faster than we should play. I don't know, we'll see. Hopefully the tempo will go down a little bit and save some guys because that's a lot of plays in one game."
Bush set a career-high with 1,086 yards rushing last season, and said earlier this month that he wants to win the rushing title this season. It's unlikely Bush will have that opportunity in Philbin's offense, but at the very least he should get in a great workout every Sunday.