It's also about how teams play you. Opponents can load box against Steelers and don't worry about deep threat because of depleted receiving corps, still growing QB. OL held up well v. rush until Rams, Browns, which feature league's two best DL.
For those who want to blame the #Steelers OL issues on Munchak: 1. Its a veteran OL. It shouldn't require Munchak 2. Denver's YPC went down by a 1/2 yd this year vs last year 3. Denver has 2 less sacks this yr than they had all of last yr It's about talent & execution.
Evansville over UK. Penn/Rhode Island over Alabama. FSU/UConn over Florida. Richmond over Vandy. VCU over LSU. This. It's definitely still football season in the SEC.
Boston University just beat South Carolina in Columbia.
The Rams recorded a pass block win rate of 79% tonight, their best of the season (average entering today: 54%). The Bears recorded a pass block win rate of 38% tonight, their worst of the season (average entering today: 62%) (ESPN stat, NGS data)
Love this idea from Alabama AD Greg Byrne. Says he does it every chance he can on the road. Mom was an educator, and he volunteers to talk to class/club/etc. This time is was a sports media club at URI.
After watching Alabama hoops lose last night at URI, one thing was clear: Nate Oats’ Buffalo team was much, much tougher. The Crimson Tide have a terrific point guard in Kira Lewis, but need to show more intensity/fight. John Petty and Beetle Bolden also need to make shots.
Heck of a performance by URI tonight in the win over Alabama. Love the Rams backcourt duo of Fatts Russell and Jeff Dowtin. But the best part of the night was seeing a healthy John Carroll, coaching with his son Austin. Very cool.
Some interesting scores developing on this Friday night: - Xavier up two on Missouri State at halftime - Duke only up two on Georgia State at half - Rhode Island up 36-18 on Alabama - Florida State down seven to Western Carolina