I don't get that. Guys often have assignments which don't involving running to the ball. The whole point in defending some high octane offenses is that every defensive player must focus on doing *HIS* job (staying in his lane, sticking with his man, dropping back to the further receiver downfield) rather than break contain by running to the ball.
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Date Posted:14:30:10 01/25/17 Wed
The best OOC game this year is Princeton vs San Diego. If the Ivy League participated in a bowl game that probably would have been last year's bowl game match- up.
I'll also be following Cornell-Delaware with interest. Yale as always has a solid OOC schedule. I understand why Columbia felt the need to soften -up but I don't understand Penn. They need to get Villanova back on the schedule. Harvard is an annual disappointment in scheduling. They should play William & Mary again.