They're concerned about our zone read and the ability of Tiller to turn it up earlier then arnaud and potentially gash them for big gainers just as Klein did last week. The deal for us is that Mizzou lost two of their defensive starters in Lambert (MLB) and Hamilton (DT) and since then their defensive scoring has gone up by over 10 pts a game.
The play i'm looking for is going to be a 4 wr 1 te set no rb and tiller in the gun. Its a designed run for tiller up the middle after the LBs have made their drops. Get Tiller in space against a LB and i like our chances.
Lastly, if the weather conditions hold form, then there could be issues for Mizzou to be passin all over the place and sustaining drives.
IMO, a better option would be to pull a WR and but in a RB to give Tiller a lead blocker. If they can knock off a LBer at the second level, the all bets are off. Just my opinion.
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