- Aug 15, 2011
Mistake at end costs SU
Syracuse University football team's plan for Rutgers failed in two of three phases
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Syracuse-bound Alvin Cornelius was hardly targeted after his 42-yard reception set up Tottenville’s second touchdown, a 2-yard run by Barnes, who completed just 4-of-13 passes for 78 yards with an interception and a touchdown pass.
Munson said it had little to do with the fact Erasmus All-American Wayne Morgan blanketed Cornelius, doing his best Darrelle Revis impression. The plan was to control the clock and keep the explosive Dutchmen off the field, the coach said.
“I didn’t think we had much of a passing game,” Munson said. “We tried a couple of big passes. You see it didn’t come to fruition.”
Afterward, Cornelius didn’t complain about his lack of opportunities. He was furious with the loss. He then made a guarantee, which was more shocking than the defeat since it came from the usually soft-spoken senior.
“This is gonna be our first and last loss,” he promised.
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2) No hitters on defense and there has not been any since Donovin Darius left. Think about it - is there ANYONE on our D that opposing offensive players fear? When is the last time we saw a Jags D player actually "jack someone up" like Balt, Pitts, etc. etc
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But the real story has been the Michigan defense. These Wolverines aren't vastly more talented than last year's horrendous group, but they're flying to the ball and creating pressure and turnovers (12). They've allowed a combined 10 points the past three games. That's a big change from the disastrous Greg Robinson era.
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