Dr. Saturday has posted a detailed breakdownof how the zone blitz of Utah stymied the Crimson Tide's efforts on offense. It's a step-by-step look at two plays that resulted in turnovers and points for the Utes; Robert Johnson's interception in the first quarter and sack/fumble in the fourth quarter.
His final analysis is that the loss of Andre Smith mattered less than Utah's amazing level of preparation. And these back breaking plays - the first giving the Utes a commanding lead and the second putting a stake in our hearts - pretty much sum up the game for us.
We did what we could playing our kind of ball but getting behind that far is not something our offense is built for and having a scheme that takes advantage by creating these opportunities is the formula for dealing with our defense.
The breakdown boasts a load of info-laden photos to match not to mention a vid or two. Nope, it ain't pretty to look at or to read but it's the blow by blow analysis of the game I've been waiting for since that horrible day two-and-a-half weeks ago.
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