Kids from the Bronx don't dream of batting for the Colorado Rockies because
it's a hitters park. It's odd when players don't want to rep
their own neighborhood and state. But good for the kid for getting a
2020: Wisconsin has always had huge powerful linemen and I doubt that will ever
change. GA would be smart to keep using the power run game.
Is Wisconsin going to continue to run the same offense that they have been?
Utah State ran a play every 16 seconds, usually out of some sort of spread
formation. I don't think that will be an issue for Tolutau though. You
can still use backs like Tulutau in that offense. A lot of people don't
realize that the originators of the spread did it to take the defense from three
levels to two and make it easier to run the football, not throw it all over the
place. Utah state has recently had backs do exceptional things. Look at
Turbin, "...a power back -- very physical with his running style, but he
also has surprising speed and mobility."
Congratulations on choosing a prestigious BCS power conference school. We would
have liked you, but you'll probably get more playing time at Wisconsin as
we're pretty loaded at running back right now. Gary Anderson is a great
coach. Good luck!Sincerely,Fellow Power Conference
Member Pac 12 University of Utah Utes