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Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl – 3 Best Storylines

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 22 December 2013 15:55

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl BettingBy Ricky Winnor

1 –Will Michigan’s Offense Build From The Ohio State Game?

The best game Michigan’s offense played in the 2013 season was the final regular season contest against Ohio State. The Wolverines accumulated over 600 yards and scored 41 points. They came within one two-point conversion of upsetting the Buckeyes, showing themselves and their fans that they might be able to put the pieces together in the 2014 season. Michigan has had trouble matching a scheme to its personnel. The Wolverines played an old-fashioned, pro-style kind of offense under former coach Lloyd Carr. Then, beginning in 2008, Rich Rodriguez brought in tempo- and speed-based concepts that changed the way the Wolverines recruited. Brady Hoke and offensive coordinator Al Borges replaced Rodriguez in 2011. They inherited Rodriguez’s players and therefore could not use their own pro-style concepts. They had to live in between, doing what their players were used to while trying to introduce a few different principles here and there. Michigan has really not been able to settle on a style of offense or get the consistent, integrated production it has needed in order to become a real force in the Big Ten and all of college football. Hoke surprised a lot of people when he decided to bring back Borges as his offensive coordinator for the 2014 season. This could lead Michigan to be very effective in its bowl game versus Kansas State, but on the other hand, Ohio State’s defense is porous. Kansas State might be able to play much better defense than the Buckeyes did against Michigan. It should also be said that a break of a few weeks will probably make it hard for Michigan to maintain whatever momentum it might have generated in its game against Ohio State.

 

2 –Can Kansas State Throw The Ball When It Needs To?

Pay per head online betting can be great fun. Throwing the ball for big plays is fun as well, but that’s something Kansas State’s offense hasn’t always been able to do in 2013. The Wildcats did hit numerous big plays on downfield passes against Oklahoma, but the things KSU did in that game were not replicated a whole lot. This was a team that ran the ball more than anything else in 2013, with running backs and quarterbacks sharing the workload. If Michigan stops Kansas State’s running game – and the Wolverines are going to load the tackle box in order to do so – can the Wildcats hit UM with big passing plays? That’s going to be a huge key, in all likelihood.

3 – Michigan’s Defense Against Kansas State’s Different Looks

At www.WagerSolutions.com,you become a more equipped bettor. How equipped is Michigan’s defense against the quarterbacks Kansas State will put on the field? Jake Waters is the better passer, Daniel Sams the better runner. Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder will likely try to confuse Michigan by using both players and doing different things when they’re on the field. How Michigan reacts will have a lot to do with the outcome of this game.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 22:29
 
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