“It’s one guy every play that’s out of place,” he explained. “We’ve got to get that straightened out. It’s focus every play, I would say. A little bit of communication. At all levels.”
“We’ve played solid defense, but we haven’t played mistake-free defense yet. There’s expectations. There’s expectations about where we want to be. They say we want to be here and there, then that’s how we want to coach them and grade them.”
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Tuberville and Texas Tech take on New Mexico this weekend and then have week off before starting their conference schedule at Iowa State, and then back to back home games against Oklahoma and West Virginia.
Opening week NFL rosters were dominated by former SEC players
While it's not a major suprise that the SEC is on top, that's still a pretty dominant number. The ACC was a distant second with 33 players.
Overall, the SEC accounted for 257 players on NFL rosters during the opening week of action, while the ACC once again came in second with 211 players.
Thinking of the best defensive line units in among college football again this season, SEC teams (Alabama, LSU, South Carolina) are once again at the forefront of the conversation. Bottom line is don't expect those numbers on the defensive line to tail off a whole lot in the next few years.