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September 4, 2007 at 2:39 PM

Some interesting thoughts from Syracuse

The Syracuse blog has a lengthy post on coach Greg Robinson’s press conference breaking down what went wrong against the Huskies.
The two most interesting things may be Robinson’s assertion that the Huskies’ D-line may be as good as any that Syracuse will play against this season; and that for all the chatter about the offensive changes UW has made, Robinson talks mostly about some new defensive looks he said the Huskies threw their way.
Robinson said the Huskies were “stacking the box unlike what they had previously done a year ago.”
What Robinson should be asked is why he never tried to throw deep on the Huskies given that UW appeared to be daring Syracuse to throw the ball, and that Washington had some obvious issues in the secondary. UW cornerback Vonzell McDowell remarked afterward how surprised he was that Syracuse never did try to go deep his way.

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