Big plays. That was the first topic here and I agree... But Urban talking about "bend don't break - we don't do that," I disagree with. The D definitely bent last week, but they never broke (save for that 94 yarder to KJ Hamler). I think that's the mark of a great defense. Make mistakes, learn from them, and clamp down when absolutely necessary. The first quarter of the PSU game would've broken other teams... But our boys held strong and made them chase field goals. Could've very well been a 14-0 hole instead of 6-0.
Ramsey, from what limited footage I've seen, looks to be a gamer... But let's face it, he's no Trace McSorely yet (or for IU, Antwan Randle-El). D line should be able to force enough pressure that a young QB on the road, in front of 110,000, will make some mistakes. As long as the back 7 can capitalize on those mistakes, he shouldn't be a big problem. IU does have a lot of WR's in the mix, but really don't have a stud that will cause any matchup problems. I would think multiple zone blitz looks should be enough to confuse Ramsey and their O line and lead to 2-3 turnovers.
But most importantly - NO BIG PLAYS. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, NO MORE BIG PLAYS.