Tomorrow’s Story Today: UConn Must Be Careful With Rutgers’ Offense

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My story on the challenges the UConn defense face….

Also, only 2,000 tickets left for the game Saturday at Rutgers where over 50,000 are expected

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7 thoughts on “Tomorrow’s Story Today: UConn Must Be Careful With Rutgers’ Offense

  1. Nick G

    A couple of things that worry me about our D is that our Lnebackers have soem trouble covering the recievers and the pass… expeciallu the under routes… and ive also noticed Poor tackles by the secondary… that hook and ladder wouldnt have happened with proper tackling.. and a few other plays i saw too.. looking for a big hit, but just bounched right off…

  2. Freddy

    Don Brown will have the defense ready to play. Brown does very well against heavy run teams with immobile qbs. Uconn will contain the run and blitz nova all night long. I’m not losing a second of sleep over the defense. It’s deleone and this hack offense who scares me because he’s stubborn enough to run the ball with 8 in the box all night long.

  3. husky66

    So RU’s D is #1 against the run. best bet might be to do as Eagles did in second half against Giants and run misdirect and stretch/cut back. If you can’t push ‘em off the ball then run around them or at least make them turn their heads. (George that doesn’t mean sweeps into the short side, Ok?)

    Whitmer will need his best game ever. Will be fun to see if he’s up to the task and if our receivers catch the catchable balls and maybe a few of the uncatchable ones too.

    A win this Saturday can be huge. maybe not THE turning point for HCPP but it could be.

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