Coleman has shown that he can be reliable in this offense, now the question is can he carry this team and get over 100 yards and free up the deep passes that Meyer seems to not have enough time to throw.
Coleman is improving on his blocking and that is what he knows is his weakest part of the game. However, I saw him open many times coming out of the backfield and Meyer just simply did not look his way.
Paul Mosley is a good back and
will gain close to 100 yards against the Clones. The important thing is to make
sure most of those yards are late in the game when it has been decided. If he
runs like Albert Young from
DB DeAndre Jackson(ISU) vs WR Trent Shelton(Baylor)
LaMarcus and DeAndre could not
make the big turnover play against
Zeigler is like a Jon Davis which
he can fool you in the underneath routes and then bust one long. He is a
possession receiver and very dependable.
The Cyclone defenders need to create turnovers and put pressure on these receivers at the line to alter their routes and show the coaching staff that they can chuck a receiver at the line and still run stride for stride with them down the field.
ISU defensive line vs Baylor's QB Shawn Bell-
The Cyclone front four need to put more pressure on the quarterback than they did last week. Forcing Shawn Bell out of the pocket may be a little scarier as he is a better runner than Zac Taylor so the pressure needs to come quick and fast on the sides forcing him to step up in the middle.
all know that Berryman is being held on every play and that the referees simply
have him as a marked man. That aside, he is one of the quickest pass rushers ISU
has had and the rest of the D-line needs to step it up to allow Berryman
one-on-one matchups if more pressure comes in the middle. ISU did get to