Minnesota style of play is comparable in many respects to Texas A&M, albeit without the high-end athletes. For me, the keys to the game will be to rinse and repeat last weeks script.
Prime the passing game, use creative, high percentage calls to get the ball in the the receivers hands early. Use more plays for TE and fullbacks involved. Maybe we see more from Jayle Stacks, or Christian Fauria in passing game.
Multiple look scheme borrow some plays from Oregon’s option game to establish the run, liked what I saw last week with the sweep fakes and blocking from WR crew, borrow from A&M to get the ball in the RBs hands
Grinding, physical drive in late 3rd early forth - this was the one thing that did not play out last week, but we have a conditioning and altitude advantage, let’s use pace and conditioning to our advantage an wear out their big fellas.
One step forward in the passing game - more anticipation and timing, get more success targets beyond 10 yds, keep the ball in our hands
I plan to attend this game. Sounds like the student section will be in white out mode, but the team will be back in black and gold.
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