Oh I agree... my whole point is that if the run doesn't produce results then don't be afraid to abandon it.Why not both? We can call plays to maximize our talent advantage in space while the OL is still firing off the ball and beating the hell out of them because they are fired up and pissed off.
The biggest thing is calling plays that make sense… you don’t have to put your goal line package in on third and two… just run the ball out of that passing formation you’ve been overly predictable out of all year, and run play action out of that running formation you’ve been overly predictable out of all year.
Shoot I'm not... that means things aren't going well.
No it doesn’t!Shoot I'm not... that means things aren't going well.
I'm hoping for balance, but overall I really hope we abandon things that aren't working early to just go win the game. This isn't the game to work on things, to test our progress etc. You have to put your best foot forward.
For the first time all season, The State Up North will face a top-10 quarterback and a top-10 receiver, who just happen to be on the same team. But don’t expect a Wolverines defense that is first in the country in total defense and second in passing efficiency defense to change what they do. And what The State Up North does is play single-high-safety defense, utilizing either Cover 1 or Cover 3 on 47 percent of snaps this season.