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    Helmet Sticker: D-Line

    I thought the D-Line play was great today! We were getting pressure on the quarterback for a large part of the night! It's nice to see these guys step up, especially Lattimer!!


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    Re: Helmet Sticker: D-Line

    The line played above average.



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    Re: Helmet Sticker: D-Line

    Honestly, I expected the UConn O-line to walk all over our D-Line. When a team is averaging over 150 yards a game on the ground starting a freshman RB, you thank your O-Line. Props to the D-line.

    However, no squad came up bigger than the WR's tonight. Without WR play, we don't get the points we need to win. Period. Darius Reynolds had 2 TD's, Jantz's first completion, and that first down completion, all essential to the Cyclone offense moving the ball. Josh Lenz is still the most underrated guy on the team, even given the accolades he's gotten this far into the season.



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    Re: Helmet Sticker: D-Line

    Quote Originally Posted by Sloup View Post
    Honestly, I expected the UConn O-line to walk all over our D-Line. When a team is averaging over 150 yards a game on the ground starting a freshman RB, you thank your O-Line. Props to the D-line.

    However, no squad came up bigger than the WR's tonight. Without WR play, we don't get the points we need to win. Period. Darius Reynolds had 2 TD's, Jantz's first completion, and that first down completion, all essential to the Cyclone offense moving the ball. Josh Lenz is still the most underrated guy on the team, even given the accolades he's gotten this far into the season.
    That's why they give out more than one helmet sticker! But yeah I will agree with you the WR corps was solid tonight!


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