"They have good receivers, the quarterback's playing very well for them, they run three different running backs back there. They're all cutback zone runners so you have to make sure you're gap-sound, gap security as far as the defense is concerned, and we need to tackle well."
Other highlights of O'Leary's press conference in Orlando:
While Miami transfer Storm Johnson and Brynn Harvey picked up the slack, don't expect a three-headed monster similar that what Marshall is using with Kevin Grooms, Steward Butler and Remi Watson.
"There's no order of running back by committee," O'Leary said. "He is the running back and we have two very capable running backs that can go in and help out whether with injuries or just to give him a blow. That's how I spoke to the offensive staff this week."
"This will be a major, major game up in Huntington, as far as Marshall's attitude with what's going to take place," he said.
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