- May 20, 2019
I would use an analogy that our offense is like a volcano steaming but waiting to erupt. Maybe that's a bit aggressive, but we've shown we can move the ball, but can we now put up points to show for it? That's the true question.What I have read from the ULM side agrees with this. They believe Purdy will have time to find targets because of a lack of pass rush and ISU's defense can slow down ULM. But, they believe ISU's offense has shown no "pop" so far, so the game will still be in question at the beginning of the 4th quarter. No, I don't have a link, just found through google.