| FTBL Ground Game vs Air Attack - Which Looked Stronger?

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The ground game looked better. All 4 tailbacks really ran hard. I suspect that we were holding back a bit in the passing game, but we didn't throw down the filed much. Mostly it was underneath stuff.
 
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Ground game looked very good. I liked the way that all 4 backs seemed to play hard and hit the hole with their head on a swivel. Got to figure with Keith playing next week (I hope) we may see more of the air attack.
 

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Ground Game. All 4 backs had good lanes to run in and I too agree looked awesome. I was impressed with how much time the QBs got for the passing game. OL looked like they have a foundation for one of the best we've had in a long time.
 
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Both was equally impressive in my mind. However, it means a lot more to see the ground game going. Last year it was stalling from Game 1 on.
 

ijijmijij

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I totally agree that we didn't go very deep into the playbook on the passing game--which is a good thing.

I'd like to say our running game looked really strong, Glen Coffee impressed the hell out of me, but I really will have more positive things to say about both facets of the offense after Saturday against these 'dores.

Now, our return game (Arenas!) was spectacular and I think he will be a strong player for us this year.
 

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ijijmijij said:
I totally agree that we didn't go very deep into the playbook on the passing game--which is a good thing.

I'd like to say our running game looked really strong, Glen Coffee impressed the hell out of me, but I really will have more positive things to say about both facets of the offense after Saturday against these 'dores.

Now, our return game (Arenas!) was spectacular and I think he will be a strong player for us this year.

When you toss Lowe in with Arenas, we may have the best return duo this side of Faytextville...
 
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Like the old football adage goes "1 of 3 things happens when you throw the ball and 2 of them are bad." I think against teams that we can run against, you're gonna see the run, and if we can pass, then we'll pass. If we can do both, then God help 'em.
 
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