“He doesn’t have to run every down, but when we’re trying to block effectively and we’ve got to leave a guy unblocked, he’s got to be able to make the right reads and take it or give it out given what he sees,” he said.
The Irish linemen say playing against Stanford should give them a good indication of how far they have advanced.
“They’re a really intense team, really physical,” left guard Chris Watt said. “So being able to match that intensity is going to be really important in terms of our success out there on Saturday.”
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