What will the outcome of the game likely hinge on? There are three keys that in my analysis will determine how the Chizik era begins. One of the the keys is how ISU handles quarterback Edelman
"For Kent State to be at their best, quarterback Julian Edelman needs to be making tacklers miss on designed runs and off called pass plays. Julian is only 5’ 11” tall, is a dangerous runner who rushed for 868 yards – while missing one game with injury and being limited in several others. Let’s see, 5’11” tall, dangerous scrambling out of the pocket and on designed runs…sounds like someone who use to where a Cyclone uniform who now plays in Seattle. While Edelman may run (as if anyone really can) like a Seneca ...."
From interview with Martin on keys....Kent Head Coach Doug Martin thinks quarterback Julian Edelman is one of the most athletically gifted athletes he has been around. Last year, the transfer from the College of San Mateo threw for 1,859 yards and 10 touchdowns and ran for 658 yards and seven TDs. Likewise, Martin thinks Eugene Jarvis is one of the most gifted runners he's ever been around. As a redshirt freshman, Jarvis rushed for a team-leading 798 yards. His 179 yards against Toledo was the highest rushing total by a Kent State back in nine seasons
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