There were a lot of questions about the defensive performance against Texas A&M, so here is a relevant link: Tom Bradley doesn’t plan to play that much man-to-man again if he can help it.
- Josh Rosen wants to keep rising after his big night
- With three 100-yard receivers, do the Bruins suddenly have playmakers alongside Rosen?
- Five questions on Hawai’i with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai
- Video interviews from Wednesday:
Now to your questions:
Based on Sunday’s results, do you see Jedd Fisch staying with an up-tempo offense?
If only things were that easy. Jedd Fisch addressed this question Wednesday. He said that, yes, the offense obviously excelled in the two-minute situation, but part of that was the defense that Texas A&M was playing. The Aggies were defending a 34-point lead at that time. The defensive fronts are different in that situation than they would be at the beginning of the game when it’s tied, so you can’t expect the same kind of success. Living in a constant state of hurry-up offense, while it seems like a fun theoretical idea, probably isn’t practical in the long run. Continue reading “Weekly Q&A: Hawai’i answers” »