"You're going to have to get used to some of the names down there because you've never heard them," he said. "We've got to develop that position and we know it. But we've got some bodies that have gotten stronger over a year, gotten bigger.
"Now they've got to get in there, get thrown to the wolves and produce."
“We need to be able stop the run. We need to be able to rush the passer better,” Taylor said. “We need to be smarter football players, just recognize different offensive sets, be able to get that pre-snap read. That way we know where we’re going before the snap even happens.”
Even with the holes that have to be plugged, even with some inexperienced players in the mix, Taylor is confident that can happen.
“If we just follow the coaching, we can have as good a line as we want to,” he said. “That’s what we’re striving to do.”
I believe I saw that he would NOT petition for another year of eligibility.
Alright, thank you for that information. I know I had thought about not petitioning for my 5th year this year, but my decision is probably a little bit different since I play basketball and not at the level that Tate plays football. NAIA and NCAA DI are extremely different levels of competition. I hope Tate has a great year and can go out on a high note, every athlete deserves that.
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