It'll be wonderful to live up the Alabama beatdown this weekend but the team's attention must quickly turn to Oregon and their equally high-powered offense, similar to our own. They showed a complete domination, albeit partly because of FSU laying down eventually.
What do you all think is the main key offensively and defensively to beat Oregon, aside from turnovers and converting red zone tries?
Personally, I think they need to make MM sit in the pocket and make progression reads and accurate throws. I'm not sure he can consistently, despite his outstanding numbers and ridiculous Td-int ratio.
Offensively, they need to just feed the beast. They just ran on the best run defense in college football. Shove it right down their throats from opening kickoff to 00:00.