Hokies Attack the Edges against Bowling Green

This is our weekly transcribed phone interview with Raleigh Hokie.

The offense played much better against Bowling Green, beginning with the second quarter. What did they do to get things jumpstarted?

The primary thing is that they started attacking the edges more. Bowling Green’s strength was right there in the middle, and their speed was questionable. Tech just decided to get the ball to the edge more with Tony Gregory and J.C. Coleman . They also had some third down conversion plays that were very important.

They got the wind behind them, which was a little bit of a help. They got the edge attack going, and they got some movement. They had some big third down conversions on their extended drives, and those plays were big in getting the offense in a rhythm and gaining some confidence.