Then you have Ralph Abernathy IV, the lighting to Winn's thunder. Throughout the game, Abernathy would get the ball in space, make one or two guys miss and be on his way to a big gain on either a reception or a carry. On one play, Abernathy received a handoff, ran left into a defender, spun out of the tackle, ran back to the right side and gained 13 yards. It's a play that perfectly describes the skill set that he brings to this UC offense. Depth is such an important part of having a successful offense in college football. Diversity is probably a close second. Having two completely different types of running backs in an offense is such a huge advantage. It forces the defense to game plan for two different styles of rushing attacks. When Winn (thunder) is in the game, the defense needs to be prepared to get hit, and get hit hard. When UC brings in Abernathy (lightning) the defense needs to make sure they stay disciplined, because Ralph will put you on a highlight tape quickly with one juke-move. If Coach Jones continues to utilize this advantage the way he did Thursday night, expect to see a lot of highlight worthy plays coming from this Bearcat offense.