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Subject: Re: Dayton game


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Date Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 08:04:52pm
In reply to: 412 Express 's message, "Re: Dayton game" on Monday, September 09, 10:44:06am

Dayton's defense adjusted and the Dukes had some questionable playcalls. Front seven were tight on the backs so they couldn't get going except for one long one, and they didn't really mix it up in the passing game at all to establish some breathing room.

Coversely, Bardo was getting free a little too easily, so he maintained his dual threat status... he's a better runner than a passer, but when he can run he's pretty comfortable having to throw. It's only when the run is unavailable that he makes most of his mistakes.

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