Keys To The Game: Idaho
Drew's Two Keys 1. Stop the Pass This shouldn't be difficult seeing that Idaho is one of the worst passing teams in the nation. However, this is the stronger side of the offense, averaging 6 yards per pass. If the Bobcats plan to win on the defensive side, they have to shut down the pass, especially in the 4th quarter. 2. Stick with the Run Idaho's running defense is among the worst in the nation as well, and would be ranked last in the Sun Belt Conference if they played here this season. This should be a read option hay day for Jones and Lowe. Jones seems to enjoy keeping the read option which he did on a majority of the play calls last week. With Lowe taking what Jones hands him, and Nutall coming off the bench with 5+ yards a carry, it will keep Texas State's defense fresh and off the field.
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