On D, why not mix in some blitz packages? It worked fairly well v. TT, but CU just sat back in 3-man rush mode all night. As some of you knw, I took a couple of buddies to the game, and one was a Mizzou fan. He was shaking his head the Buffs would only rush three. Is CU that afraid it's cover guys will get burned by Mizzou's skill guys? That is the only reason I can come up with is the coaches thought Mizzou would score more if they didn't play prevent the win D. On offense. The direct snap has worn out it's welcome. It doesn't work and hasn't for a few weeks now. The motion of the H-back also mystifies me. Motion usually allows the QB to see, pre-snap, what the coverage is. What purpose doe sthe H-back motion serve other than to spotlight where the running play is going? I would really like to know because I don't get it. As far as the Row 107 comments are concerned, I equate those to GB's computer game comments. When you are getting smacked by 45 points at home, maybe, just maybe a little humility is in order. I still think Hawk is the man. GO BUFFS.