Its started with the UM game and will definitely continue now with new Qb....all teams will stack the line and make it extremely difficult to run off tackle with the power blasts. I counted many plays today with nine men up close to the line defending us and trying to force pass plays. Having the box stacked is why the quick sideline screens or sweep flys out of the backfield become important...you try to spread out the defense some. Unless you are a potent passing team it will be difficult to handle the stacked line...and fortunately we have an ace up our sleeve...its called hard nose defense! We can afford to stick to gameplan and punt and let our defense hold em. Against really good offenses we will have to be sure not to leave our defense out on the field too much. Today we had three players out in our secondary at one time and with our depth we still were able to keep up. Roberson was hurt and then Purifoy got slightly injured and we had an ejection (watch UGAs Jordan Jenkins plow into defenseless North Texas Qb who had just released a pass and intentionally lower his head and hit with crown of his helmut....no flag! The good news is that the Qb from North Texas threw a nice pass the next play for a first down and then threw a TD) Anyway...we will have hands full playing UK and Ark....but we win those and give Murphy a lot of prep time for LSU. Murphy is slippery and with each snap he should improve his passing game. AU stacked the line against LSU as I was watching and put 9 men in the box, but a few quick passes stopped that. We can expect a heavy of dose of 8-9 men up close to stop our Rbs.