- Oct 29, 2015
Does this work in our favor?
Our field is in excellent condition right now.Hard to say. The old axiom is that rain tends to neutralize superior speed because the footing gets bad, but natural grass turf management is better these days, and unless there is a lot of rain soaking the field before the game, it may not make much of a difference. That said, I'm not sure how much of a speed difference, if any, there is between the two teams. That's a long way of saying: "Who knows?"
Depends on what guesser you look at.chance of rain noon till 3pm is currently 0%. They're saying late afternoon/evening rain.
If we can run the ball and protect the ball, yes....the Missouri game was pretty fun last year - team came alive during that monsoon
That ECU game was horrible. I remember streams of rain from the upper deck just dumping beside us in the lower level.The worst frog strangling rain games I remember attending Mo Williams (UK) and Scott Harley (ECU) both set records rushing against us. I don't see Perine being that kind of back but on the other hand Rico D. and Feaster might have a big day.