What's the best way to stymie a vaunted passing attack? It's simple: Get after the quarterback.
That's the challenge that faces the Montana Grizzlies in their second-round FCS playoff game tomorrow with Stephen F. Austin, the No. 1 passing attack in the nation.
Not only do the Lumberjacks and QB Jeremy Moses average 353 passing yards per game and have scored 44 TDs through the air, they are second in the nation with an average of 484.7 yards of offense per game.
But perhaps most impressive is the offensive line's ability to protect the quarterback. Amazingly, SFA has allowed only 11 sacks in 12 games, thanks mostly to their short, quick-hitting passing game.
If the Griz can put significant pressure on Moses and disrupt the pocket, they'll have a great chance to slow SFA's attack.
Look for guys like Severin Campbell (pictured above) and Jace Palmer to do all they can to put pressure on Moses in an effort to put the clamps on the Lumberjacks.