Can a good Montez-led offense keep up with what Oregon is likely to do to our defense? The only saving grace is their passing game isn’t their strong point on offense.The more I learn about oregon, the more I wish we weren't beat the hell up. There are cracks in that armor. That defense is damn good, but they haven't played a good QB yet.
Bo Nix, Carson Strong, Dalton Sneed, KJ Costello (post concussion, since benched), and Devon Modster. None of those guys are in the top 50 most feared QBs in FBS ball.
Good Montez full game = CU has a puncher’s chance to win and will definitely cover.Can a good Montez-led offense keep up with what Oregon is likely to do to our defense? The only saving grace is their passing game isn’t their strong point on offense.
Their OL is experienced but hasn't been dominant. They are middle of the road rushing the ball but emphasize it over a passing game led by a first round qb. The best thing we do on defense is stop the run. Their coaches are our best hope for keeping it close.Oregon's offense mystifies me. Their OL is amazing and they have a possible #1 overall pick at QB. Yet their offense just doesn't do much.
I think the CU defensive backfield will be just the medicine they need to get things going.