Scouting report: Tulsa
First, since the Troy game was not on TV, here are some highlights of OSU’s 41-38 win over Troy:
Now lets jump into Tulsa.
Golden Hurricane coach Todd Graham understands the key to beating Oklahoma State on Saturday will be slowing Kendall Hunter. The Cowboys senior ranks No. 2 nationally at 207 rushing yards per game behind Michigan’s Denard Robinson. And the emergence of sophomore receiver Justin Blackmon just adds to the difficulty.
“You have to start with him (Hunter), and that makes it difficult,” Graham said. “That means you are going to have your challenges outside and when you’ve got a receiver that’s as good as their receiver it’s hard to match up on him. We have to figure out a way to double cover him with our safeties. Then, we have to figure out how to stop the run. They are very difficult to defend.”
Secondly, if you haven’t seen Tulsa’s season-opening loss to East Carolina on the last play, here’s a look:
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