NDSU soccer versus improved protection by Sam Houston

BearKats have kept teams under 100 yards in 15 of their last 19 games

FARGO, ND – On the field, NDSU’s task is to stop Sam Houston, a team with a perfect 7-0 record. Their offense has been known to earn points. In three of their victories, the BearKats achieved a total of 175 points and in defense they keep their opponents under 100 meters in 15 of the last 19 games.

The line of defense has come a long way since it gave up 642 yards for the bison offensive when they last met in 2017. The group has already passed the 30 sack mark.

In order for the herd to continue as successful as it used to be, head coach Matt Entz says the fight must be won at the time of the attack.

“You are very active in advance. They have improved since the last time we played them in 2017. This has to be one of our strengths, or the ones we want to consider, or the Aries or our crew chiefs versus their strengths. ”

“You have a bigger line with a couple of £ 300 people. If we do our job and get back to the rules and principles of staying low and staying aggressive and pursuing them early on, we shouldn’t have a problem. “

“They like to flow to the ball pretty fast. We cut out our work for ourselves this week, but we know if we do what we do, and all right at 100 mph, we’ll be running the ball the same as last Week and be efficient. “

Bussey and the Bison Backs – got off a game last week – rush for 422 yards.

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