Well, Arnaud's TE was the best receiver he had, by a mile. He didn't have much of a choice. By the same token, SJ and JB didn't have much to go with there. Hammerschmidt's a nice blocker but not much of a downfield threat.
This. ISU didn't under-utilize the TEs last year, simply because there wasn't anyone who proved to be a reliable option. Same could be said for Iowa last year, though Fedorowicz was starting to come on at the end of the season. And Vandy had a tendency to lock on to McNutt a little too often.
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Considering we saw two different WR's throw passes downfield last year, what do you think the chances are that we will see a play where Brun ends up with the ball with a WR streaking down each sideline?
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