Originally Posted by CoverTwo
Lol he leads the SEC in rushing and our coach is one of the biggest stat geeks around. They know what they have.
Its really amazing what the Tennessee game has done to some of you guys.
Seriously, "he didn't get the ball in the fourth," 6 of the 9 plays in the fourth were rushing, one of those he didn't get the ball. The only thing that could've changed that outcome other than the receivers not dropping it so much in the first is, as Spurrier said, if he stayed more aggressive, we couldn't play control enough to run out that clock, I say he should've done like the Alabama game and ran that bunch formation of fourth. Keep the timeouts and run away from that big DT, and we might get the first down, get further from the shadow of the goal post and the game gets easier. If they do score, take the touchback and execute with max protection pass plays, and see if they stop blitzing.