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RE: Position Grades Kent St
(10-09-2017 10:21 AM)Huskie Info Wrote:  Kent State gained 102 yards on the ground and 131 total (29 passing). They scored three points, there were 8 three and outs! They averaged 2.2 yards per play and had 9 first downs IN THE GAME. LBs a C+??? Please!

Just for you I'll make it a B-. That way you won't need capitol letters and exclamation points. The defense was, as usual, lights out. But Kent state is just god aweful on offense. But more than that they are one dimensional. The QB run is all they have. There was a hole in the defense at the second level in the middle. Kent state exploited this last year with a 75yd td run by bollis. He was a step away from doing that again this year. Had their regular QB Hollis been in there,, he would have run for 100 himself. He's much more athletic than crum or Bollis.. The overall numbers are great, but there were a few blown assignments on some of those runs. 100 yards rushing to a team who can only run when you know they can only run isn't an A grade for every unit.
10-09-2017 10:50 AM
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