I had a good feel for this game with the exception of quarterback play, but that’s a minor whiff, right? And boy, is it nice to be wrong. This match was packed full of big plays and shifting tides, so let’s look at things chronologically. In general, the first half brimmed with big plays for the Hokies, and bad plays and near-misses for the Hurricanes. If the refs had been less charitable, or if a few Miami plays had gone better (I’m thinking of Brevin Jordan’s stumbling catch) it might’ve been a tight first half. Instead, Tech dominated.
Chamarri Conner’s outstanding game had its first highlight play on this interception:
As the play developed, Tech’s underneath coverage showed zone drops. Miami meanwhile made the field read a set of three curl routes, which is a short-to-medium-distance pass concept that gives the QB an...
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