Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Spartan Safety: Nehemiah Warrick

RealFootball365 waxes eloquent about junior college transfer Nehemiah Warrick boosting the Michigan State Spartan defense. Lord knows they could use the help. The Spartans possess offensive talent, especially at quarterback with Dean Stanton. But that saying "the best defense is a good offense" was put to the test with the 2005 Spartans. The offense often needed to outscore the other guys who the defense couldn't stop. Warrick is said to be a beast who will start at safety. That helps the coverage, but not the pass rush nor game management by the coaching staff.

Unapologetically skeptical though I am, I do want to see the team and Coach Smith do well this year. Sounds like Warrick is part of the solution.

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