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    Defensive Back play

    If our defensive backs play up tight on receivers, the quarterback will have a tough time completing 5/6 yard passes. I think we're looking at an outstanding season if we make them throw the ball over our heads.

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    Re: Defensive Back play

    Or, we could be looking at getting burnt every other play (see Illinois State or TCU).

    I wonder if it's not necessarily a reflection on our corners that they are playing off - but our distrust in the safeties right now to help cover over the top.

    Or...it could be the system we're going to play this year - or - beyond.

    I'll let the coaches figure all that stuff out.



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