3:30 p.m. ET, October 24, 2015--ESPN
M & T Bank Stadium (Capacity: 71,008 / Baltimore, MD)
Note: The Redzone TD% and Redzone TD% Defense are calculated by me and not ranked by the NCAA. Determining who has the advantage in these categories is strictly my arbitrary judgment.
Quick thoughts: ...right.
Yet again, if our offense can even come close to what our opponent is giving up on average statistically year to date we should win this one going away. But can they even muster that?
After a somewhat lackluster defensive performance in Columbus, Bob Shoop's boys will look to bounce back this week--and if the stats are any indicator, that may not be too much of an issue.
Once again, sacks will be an issue, as will third down conversions. The biggest shocker on the above, to me, is that the redzone may not be as much of a liability as it has been in weeks past--and maybe punting won't either (provided we keep Will Likely in check, much like we were able to do with Rutgers' Janarion Grant).
What do you guys think?