Option Defense: The KSU option was nothing unique, this was a basic speed option that is easily defendable by picking up the pitch man. Time and time again I saw the entire defense crashing on the QB and giving the RB an alley. Penalties: 8-69 yards...not that bad in comparison to other games, but it is the timing of the penalties...3rd downs, back to back to put us in a hole, when we break big plays. We gave up opportunities at inopportune/critical moments. Espinoza: I understand that he catches the ball (except the fumble which I will get to) but I have yet to see him gain anything on a return...at least give us a chance here. Espy, Why are you catching a punt on out own 3? Are you kidding me? I know you are sure handed, but if you are in traffic, CALL THE FAIR CATCH! It is not like he is a threat to make ANY return whatsoever, he is obviously back there to catch the ball so he might as well just call the fair catch every time. I would rather see somebody back there that is a threat to return...B-Lock? Simmons? ****, even Sumler might gain a couple yards. TH: Great game last week, but he has to learn to throw the ball way or step up and run. KSU did a good job covering down the field, but TH was just running in circles back there without a plan. He needs to be more decisive and either throw the ball down the field, out of bounds, or run downhill (rather than backwards and every other direction). reminded me of Doug Flutie when he played for the Bills. Turnovers: 2 INTs and 3 (2 lost) fumbles (Good call on putting Cody in, DAN...2 INTs. Nothing more needs to be said as Cody, plain and simple, should have never taken the headset off.) Run vs Pass: It has been establsihed that the running game is our strength...We need to stop abandoning the running game when we get behind. Defense: 80 yds passing for KSU against our weak pass defense and then they give up 145 yds rushing to one guy...come on. The KSU O only outgained our inept O by 44 yds with 204 yds on the ground...no excuse.