TCU vs SMU was in basically a monsoon, so I would not go by those numbers. This could be blow out city because our defense will be on the field for 75% of the game and will get tired and run out of gas just like against Tech. Our offense will more than likely suck again.
I think we have some of the better running backs in the Big 12, our wide receivers are better than last season, and so is the tight end position. I agree some of the weight needs to fall on the offensive line, but Jantz time and again feels under duress when he is not and continuously makes the wrong read on the read option. Last night was bad for Jantz on the read option, might have been the worst I have seen him. White had several openings but did not get the ball and if he did it was not quick enough.
Jantz had one answer last night - exit stage right. Never stepped up, never quuickly dumped the ball, never ran left. Obviously the previous gamnes he tried to curl and head back deeper to outwit the onrushers. So our fine staff said, if you are going to run, exit stage right.
The blocking back looks like is needed after TT and Rutgers debacle. Do we have a back who can block?
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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