What is the biggest key to the Tigers winning Saturday?

Zach Lentz

Administrator
Staff member
I say it comes down to the Tigers ability to get pressure with their front four. If they can do that, it frees up Venables to get creative with his blitzes and coverages--which will be needed to slow down the Panthers' offense.
 

ztiger93

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if they can get pressure from the front four, there will be an ability to blitz less and leave fewer open areas in the field that so many opponents have exploited. play more base.

the biggest key though is the OL giving Uiagalelei faith that he has time to operate and that might mean a need for Rayburn being available.
 

JohnSarian

Active member
To be honest the key in my view is how well the Clemson WR and RB improve. It seems unrealistic at this point to expect the O line to make that much improvement. But fir the love of God, the WR can step up their blocking at a minimum which will give us some chances for DJ to to make plays. If Shipley is available, I wonder if we might see some 2 back sets. We've already added under center twists, so.
 

TigerNE_CU

Member
To be honest the key in my view is how well the Clemson WR and RB improve. It seems unrealistic at this point to expect the O line to make that much improvement. But fir the love of God, the WR can step up their blocking at a minimum which will give us some chances for DJ to to make plays. If Shipley is available, I wonder if we might see some 2 back sets. We've already added under center twists, so.
With Ngata out it's now crazy to expect any WR improvement. This season just keeps getting better and better.
 
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