Listen: Carbone, Stony Brook, Rhode Island discussed on Pawsox Baseball
"But they've done a pretty good job other than that. But now it's time they gotta come up some somehow, someway, they've got to come up with a turnover here. Put this field position Carbone is four seven keeping out of the ground. Both slain that's been their MO. This is run play Rhode Island stops at about three yards downfield out of contact out there trying to blow up and. Stop the burning attack of Lia, teen and gallons gallons. Eight carries forty three yards. Leah teen. Seven carries twenty seven yards. So far Carbone as I said four of nine for fifty one yards. So far. Thirty two yard reception accounted for most of that. Too wide to the left side the hand off to Leah teen breaks through the line gets across the forty yard line. Still in his feet at the forty five or near it. Anyway goes down about the forty four yard line three yards shy of the first down market at the forty five needs to get to the forty seven so needs a couple of more yards on third down here to to keep the change moving. Just the controlling this defensive line for the university of Rhode Island that offensive line for Stony Brook is just coming off the football and at the point of attack the giving both running backs pretty good lanes to attack this football up inside in even outside fields back in the ball game. Now. For Stony Brook. He had one run play for twelve yards. Pick up a first down fix a hand off. It's going to run it again gets to fifty yard line of the forty five down the sideline and run out of bounce inside the forty yard line. Move those chains and get Stony Brook deeper into URI territory. Boy, when he comes in, you know, what he's gonna do both kinds of fake the handoff countered to the left side. But both times Rhode Island bit on the fake and allowed him some open running room. Yeah. Much room together. No, he doesn't. He's got really good feet. He's a big kid about six foot three. But you gotta know that that's coming in when he comes into the football game. You can force him to throw the football. You know, he's going to run it. First and ten from the forty back in the game is carbon the senior quarterback. On either side, double."