That's what Arkansas defensive coordinator Willy Robinson said he did last week in Arkansas' 44-28 victory over South Carolina.
"We changed things up," Robinson said after practice Wednesday. "We hadn't started too fast, so we decided to let our guys go hunt."
The Hogs "hunted" down Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw for five sacks, including the clincher with about five minutes to go.
There's more good news this week. Tenarius "Tank" Wright should return to action after missing the last five games with a broken forearm.
"It's nice to have Tank back," Robinson said. "He's not in game shape, but he's a blur."
As far as Miles-Nash, Robinson said, "I'm thankful (head coach Bobby Petrino) gave us him back. We missed Colton."
Linebacker Alonzo Highsmith said the added blitz calls were welcome.
"I think we all like blitzes," Highsmith said. "Anytime we get to blitz, we are happy. We just have to try to execute and make the plays.
"I think we did get off to a better start. The key is to execute. We have to make them click."
That doesn't mean the Hog executed in all phases on defense. Highsmith said that wasn't the case.
"There were some things that were pleasing, some that we have to improve," he said. "We are getting better. But we are far from satisfied. We are not complacent at all with how we played."
Penalties caused some problems on two Carolina marches. Were they a result of too much aggressiveness.
"I don't think so," Robinson said. "There were several that were just alignment. You can look down there and see the ball. It isn't that hard. We weren't happy with that at all."
Tennessee's offense has the attention of the Razorback defense despite low point totals in SEC games.
"You see them come off the ball, it's puzzling sometimes to (see the lack of production)," Robinson said. "They have a running back who gained 1,000 yards last year (in Tauren Poole). You scratch your head on their (0-5 SEC record) because the offensive line is massive and they have Poole.
"They've been inconsistent in completing passes, but when they roll, they roll. My goodness, they knock people off the ball."
Robinson was pleased with the play of the cornerbacks against Carolina. He said Isaac Madison, Darius Winston and Greg Gatson played well and Tevin Mitchel had some good snaps, too.
"Those three were really good," he said. "We rotated them by series and it was based on what was earned in practice. We want to see them step up even stronger against Tennessee. And we know Tennessee has some really good skill people, especially (Da'Rick Rogers)."
Robinson said practice has been spirited. He said it's clear that the team wants to send a large group of seniors out the right way in their final on campus game.
"Our players started singing that message as soon as we came out of our team meeting Sunday," Robinson said. "I think it's clear that it means an awful lot. These seniors have done a lot for our program."
Highsmith said, "That's been our focus this week. We want to make sure these older guys go out the right way. It's important. They have provided good leadership."
Tank Wright is one of those leaders. The junior has been vocal even while on the mend.
"He's a guy who leads by example," Highsmith said. "I've learned a lot from him. He's back now so he's leading us on the field now. He really has been a guy who has given us encouragement over the last few weeks when he's been out."