North Carolina State University football coach Dave Doalen had the opportunity to review a video of Saturday’s 38-21 win in Virginia, while he was happy that all three phases of the game made significant contributions. He described it as “complementary football.” He added that it was an aspect that could be improved for this week’s Duke match.
Here’s what Doeren had to say about the game and Wolfpack’s efforts in it during his regular weekly media conference on Monday …
“It was a great win on the street. To play three straight road games and win in a row, I thought we played really complementary football in this game. The attack led us Guided, the defense stopped the run, forced four turnovers. Special team, we thought we punted the ball really well. We blocked the punt. Sayre (Thomas) is great. He showed a return and scored in defense when Alim (McNeil) needed momentum to play.
“I think the run game was very efficient. There was definitely a great run after the contact. When Ricky (Person) and Bam (Zonovan Knight) were combined, the game had a running back position of 91 yards. I did. That was a big point. The receiver made some contact catches for tight coverage and Devin (Really) put the ball in some good places in some important areas of the third down. It was.
“Positive from an aggressive point of view. We didn’t give up the bag against multiple defenses with a very good front, doing a lot of good things. (We) carry four and a half yards without fumble. Hurry .. I thought Emeka (Emezie) had a really great catch, Cary (Angeline) had a great touchdown, both Thayer and Porter (Rooks) played big for us in the pass game I did.
“I thought Devin was really good early on. I think it was a wet and tight match in the second half. He could learn because he was able to throw. But he did some good things. Did. Some things he learned in this game. It was obviously a defense that could see a lot to you. So for Devin, I think it’s empirical. He’s on the day of the game. The more he sees them, the better he will be.
“I was very proud of my ability to win the yard after contact with my back. It’s not always clean to run the ball against a loaded box. Those guys ran with a lot of attitude. I think it feeds our offensive lines and tight end groups Play hard for them.
“The offense was negative, third down and poor throughout the game. There were three outs on both the first and third quarter opening drives. There were three penalties on the offense to open the second half. Of these three belongings, I started with a penalty at the beginning and 10, so I beat myself and put it behind the chain. It’s difficult to play soccer that way with ACC.
“In defense, I stopped the positive-run. I thought their tailback was a really good player. I thought the defensive line really fought. The linebacker fit the ball well and tackled well. 4 turns I was forced to over. Tony (Gibson) mixed coverage and pressure and thought he did a great job with unpredictable defense. I thought the second goal line stand of the season was the goal line stand. It was great to see.
“The kids played 100 snaps in defense, so we played a lot of football in that game. We were able to play a lot of players. Almost everyone who took us on a healthy trip. I was able to participate in the game. The best part was that we scored, there is no such thing as a big guy touchdown. It was fun for the team and Alim to get that opportunity. Was pleased with him.
“We are secondary and young when the defensive negatives, especially Tanner (Ingle), go out. We have the information that the attack gives you by the photos, formations and formations that are happening, and we are good at communicating. Must. It wasn’t bust, but it’s predictable, but that’s a missing empirical factor so far.
“Defensive offside penalties are a serious error in the game and are clearly areas that need improvement and we will work hard this week. The pre-defense score had post-coverage. In the middle of the field. A man who is a true freshman does not work there. He learns from it.
“Sometimes we were there a lot in the second half, and you could sometimes see the impact on our technique, especially in coverage. When we were one-on-one, we You just have to play tighter coverage-when the guy and we do that, we are very effective.
“Our special team was really good most of the time. I think Kris Dunn definitely deserves a mulligan. He missed a long field goal, it was a high snap, and He made a featureless mistake later in the game Trent Gil thought the game, panthers, holders and kickoffs were great. His kickoffs were all where we wanted and the distance was Far away, hanging. He made two poochs out of ten, one of five.
“I thought Sayre had two good returns. I thought Levi (Jones)’s blocked punt was a great play. He was on the sideline before that play with coach (Todd) Goebbels and which one they were. Did a really good job of communicating about how she protects. He was able to beat his guy … using techniques. So I was really happy with him. I It must have been a scoop and scoring opportunity we didn’t get, but we had the ball there. I love blocking punts. It was amazing.
“The fake punt was probably the most disappointing part of the special team. It actually recreated that play. It had to be improved because we didn’t properly tune, defend and participate in the game. It’s an area that must be. I love the way our team is prepared and practicing with an edge. They say that their investment has brought them results and we have two weeks in a row. I understand that it brings something that can be built that way. “
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