UNC trying to balance how much to plan for Clowney
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Chaz Sutton. Kelcy Quarles. J.T. Surratt.
“I don’t know that anybody knows the exact answer to that. We’re doing our best to try to find something that works within what we do.”
The perception of the SEC is that it’s “big-boy” football, with enormous linemen, stout defenses and bland, boring, pro-style offenses. And when those types of teams face off against supposed “gimmick” teams like the spread, up-tempo offenses that Nick Saban loves so much — it becomes a referendum about the relative merits of each style.