Re: Expect the run game to bounce back this season
This is what I'm expecting to see as well. I think we try to establish the
run early and if it clicks, look for us to be 70/30 run to pass all night. If
we can run on them, grind it out, and burn the clock, Spurrier will ease
back on the playbook and just run it, and save a lot for next week. If
Our O/Line can't open lanes for Davis and Wilds expect us to use Dylan
Thompson more than planed, and go to a more balanced Pass/Run attack.