Apparently this is the new cliche du jour in the college football world. I guess that the key to stymying the lineman from Troy was to vary Tyler's launch point--in other words, don't let the defensive line get used to charging to the same spot in the pocket to the find the QB. And, obviously, your lineman KNOW where he is going, giving them an advantage.
He continued to talk about the attack against Troy. He does give a little football education in his pressers, and in this case I am impressed by his commitment to an offense that takes what the defense is giving him. He said they were committed to stopping the run and putting an extra guy into the box. They then kept their corners back, and we attacked the space that was left open. Hence, not so many carries for Willie but catches for Freddie. Could be just the opposite in the next game.