On second thought, why would this not be similar to the "Wildcat"?
I know it would surely buff the scrambling QB to where they would be more effective.
Remembers when Michael Vick (Virginia Tech) and Woodrow Dantzler (Clemson) used to run the option and just destroy defensive coordinators. College football was exciting then, haven't seen it much since when they played.
In the Wishbone... the QB will run right or left... if he sees his hole develop, he will run into that gap. If he doesn't...he's given the OPTION to pitch the football to the HB to his rear who can then try the outer flats for a gain. It takes a smart, brave QB to make the right decision.
It's a scheme, a way to play football that is used in college football. Would be fun to see here. As for coding, maybe a tough one but seems to me that all you'd have to work in is a Vision check for QB once he's at a certain point in the play..."toss ball" or "run it myself"... sometimes it's the right decision to toss it, sometimes not. Sometimes its bad either way depending on the OL, did they make their block(s)?