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TazerMan

Kent State Week 3 Post Game Press Conference

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First of all, I'd just like to say well done to the team for our first win on the season. Offensively, I was pretty happy, especially with John. 19 for 26 is a very solid performance for him, and this was a good bounce back game for him coming off two very tough games to start the season. Even though he threw a pick, he still managed to move us efficiently down field, 8.8 yards per attempt is good enough to get it done. Harrison had a great game as well, getting over 130 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown while averaging 4.5 yards per carry. However, we need to do better on 3rd down, 3-11 won't cut it against higher level competition.

 

On the Defensive side of the ball, we got 2 sacks and an interception and allowed 13. We made it pretty tough to pass and if we keep improving as a unit I think we can get some low scores and turnovers which will give us some very winnable games.

 

The floor is open for questions.

 

 

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