“There was a period of time when Walsh was knocking them out of the end zone like three or four games like every time,” junior Shawn Williams said. “I guess they got relaxed expecting him to knock it out of the end zone and they weren’t quite running, busting it down field. That plays a part in it, too.”
Williams, if you recall, is the starter who pulled a player off the kickoff coverage team earlier this year to go in and cover himself. I guess we now know why.
(And by the way, Williams is right about one other thing. What’s happened to Blair Walsh’s leg on kickoffs?)