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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Game Day: UH vs San Jose State

Here's Stephen Tsai's gameday preview. Here's an excerpt about the SJSU offense:
The Spartans have thrown for more than 300 yards in each of the past three games. They have not allowed a sack the past two games, a span of 79 passing plays. Most of the time, they are in the pistol formation...
Tsai has another preview.
The Warriors used the past week's bye to heal injuries, evaluate prospects and craft a strategy against the Spartans.

"Everybody is looking to improve," UH left slotback Greg Salas said. "All of these teams are hungry, and definitely want to take us down, trying to ruin our season a little more. We're trying to take it one game at a time, and try to go undefeated the rest of the season."
KITV.com has the statistics and matchups.

And Elliott Almond of the San Jose Mercury News writes that SJSU will have a starting tight end back for the game.
Tight end Ryan Otten returns to the San Jose State lineup today after missing two months because of a toe injury. And his goal is simple.

"To not screw up any kind of rhythm we've gotten into," he said of playing against Hawaii in another tough Western Athletic Conference matchup.

His teammates and coaches have other ideas. Despite being filled with hope after scoring 61 points in the previous two games, the Spartans can certainly use the 6-foot-5 Otten.
He provides one of the missing elements in the Spartans' bleak season. Otten is the target the offense has lacked while posting the worst third-down conversion mark nationally over a four-year stretch (22.83 percent).


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