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IMO Connor will have a big game on the ground. The DB's backs will be turned similar to the Clemson game last year when Connor went off. Obviously LSU's defense is far superb to what Clemson's was, but Connor will extend a lot of plays which will keep LSU's defense out on the field. UF finished the game running the ball 20 something times in the second half. That's what won them the game. If we can extend plays with Connor's legs, and wear down their defense, we can pound Lattimore late and win this game by two TDs or more.
I just hope Spurrier calls a good game. IMO we've struggled on the road because we've had trouble checking off and getting plays in. We will not be able to check off at LSU. Play calling has to be great, and we need to call the proper play the first time.
Very well said. I would only add that we'll need a couple of big plays by the receivers. The field position type of plays.
This post was edited by goodnews 21 months ago
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If we can get out of the backfield, the rb draw and rb screens will be effective against man coverage and aggressive pass rush
I also don't have time to teach you how to speak hobo.
We haven't seen hardly any screens this year. Kind of surprised.
we really haven't opened up the playbook all year. the gameplan seemed fairly simplified against Vandy. no one else has played us within 21 points.
we will see some wrinkles tomorrow that we have yet to see this year. SOS knows just a couple of scores can win this game
This post was edited by kdusc 21 months ago
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