Having had to miss yesterday's game on TV, did the D-Line do more stunting and blitzing than in the past?
I saw very little stunting - just Lattimer and Maggit coming hard off the edge. Maybe they were playing some games in the middle, but our ends were straight up speed rushing most of the time.
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I think that the pass rush was really helped by the fact that ISU got up early and took Texas away from the running game. The fact that Texas is not great at running also helped. Still, way more attack and urgency than I have seen all year from the DL and the defense as a whole.
That was the best Dline play out of ISU in 3 years. They were the reason that game was won. Many including myself have been hard on them the past few years but maybe they turned a corner yesterday. Now other teams have to game plan to stop Lattimer, we will see if that can stop him, but it will force teams to do different things.
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