In my opinion, our running game hasn't produced like it should be doing. Perhaps this is a lack of Gillislee, perhaps another reason... I think that towards the end of the season last year and the beginning of this year that defensive coordinators pretty much clued into the fact that we didn't have much of a passing game. There was a lot of obvious "stacking the box" which we saw. But now that we have TM at the QB, things might change. How long will that take? How long does it take for defensive coordinators to adjust, and how far back do they study film? For example, Kentucky didn't just look at the Tennessee game and think: "OMG, TM is the real deal, we have to key in on that guy". They obviously looked at game film from more games than that. Now that we have a more balanced attack (in terms of effectiveness), I would assume that the run opens up some more. I really believe that at some point our running game will be back to the level it was last year. I ask this because I think that last year, if opposing D-coordinators knew our weakness from the onset, we would have lost another game or two. It seemed to me that there was some lag. So, do you think that now that TM is our QB it will open up the run more? And if so, how long will it take?