The play calling should have avoided the same play when it was realized the surprise was up and it wasn't going anywhere... i.e. the direct snap and the motion split back around. A few variations of the motion theme did eventually work. Sumler ran hard. That has been something missing for a while. Offensive line needs to get better, but I was pleased overall. As always, would like to have seen more running from the I-formation. Defensively they seem to be playing soft rather than attacking. The 3rd and long really gets me. Collins insists on running a 3 man "let them complete a long 3rd down pass" rush. I expected more pressure on the quarterback. Dizon was all over the place and saved the defense butt. Wheatley finally had enough of watching guys fail to cover Sperry. In the overtime he got into position for the interception. The tackles played well, but the overall defense needs to attack rather than just play position. It seems too soft to me. Helfrich seemed to show more with what he has to work with than Collins in the first game. There is work to do, but I'm sure pleased with a win against a team that basically plays a one game season. Special teams was pretty good except failure to tell the front line to watch the ball before retreating on a kick off. That play cost the Buffs 7 points. Having the front line watch the ball before retreating is something guys should learn in junior football even before high school. Nevertheless, special teams played pretty good. Congratulations to the players, coaches, families, friends, students, and everyone who supports the Buffs. Back to work to get better.