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Three Games Left....

Posted on: November 7, 2010 12:10 pm
 
Yesterday's game plan on defense against the Ducks should be dialed up the rest of the season by Coach Holts... There was huge difference in the way that team came out, press coverage was the perfect call, and the sell out against the run was perfect. I know the final score, but that first half showed what this young defense can do when there cut loose. At times this season opposing teams have had big gains when the Huskies defense dials up a blitz and someone blows there assignment, but again this unit is still very young. Lets face it we never saw true freshmen start in the James\Lambright era, but they never had the issues of depth on there teams. Coach I know your trying to get this group to learn the basic concept of your base defense, but your talent out there on the field can run with some of the faster teams in the Pac 10, so keep dialing the press up. Your secondary is showing signs of taken one on one and playing well.

There was some high hopes with Jake returning this season, and quit frankly the defense has taken the heat for poor play all season long. I'm aware of the stats, the rankings in the run department and passing game. But what people have to realize is the simple fact the cupboard was totally bare when this coaching staff took over, I think they have plug some of the holes, but Rome wasn't built in a day. This young fast defense is only going to get better as they gain the playing time. Coach Holts I'm sure Sark has told you to "hold but don't break mentality".. The bottomline is cut these guys loose alittle more, your unit showed you yesterday that they can run with the so called best, let them play there game, and I'm sure they can be a better unit then whats been seen so far.....
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