FOOTBALL: Leading The Way
BC's Ability, Or Inability To Run, Will Decide USC Game
Published: Thursday, September 12, 2013
Updated: Thursday, September 12, 2013 00:09
“The power run game is going to be our power run game. So I think it’s the balance of it that we’re really, really going to need against this outstanding defense. But people don’t move the ball real well against this defense now.”
White thinks that, although USC will be throwing out multiple looks up front, the rushing mindset is still simple.
“Running the ball is all about getting looks and then just being nasty,” he said. “Once you understand the looks then it’s all mental and it’s all toughness.”
Although it might have looked like it in the first two games, Williams said he isn’t always running into the daylight.
“Sometimes you’ve got to run into the darkness,” he said.
The Trojans are going to create plenty of darkness for Williams on Saturday, and it’ll be up to him and the offensive line to make the most of it if the BC offense is going to get rolling and open some eyes.
“I know what we’re capable of as a team,” Williams said. “My eyes are open. I’m looking down the field. I want everybody else to see what we’re capable of.”