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I think it’s important to be extra clear on what happened to the offense in Ames, Iowa. It was obviously a disastrously bad performance, but there’s been a few attempts to either spin or explain the disaster that I don’t think have quite explained what went wrong.
There was a drive before the half in which Texas was attempting a few different ways to formation the Cyclones in order to run the ball with their base zone play in order to maximize the value of the D’Shawn Jamison interception at midfield. They ended up attempting to find some room with this set-up against ISU arrayed like this:
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