Will Cato continue to refine his run-vs.-pass decisions, or leave that for the Ohio game?
"As quarterback, you can't jam it in there [to covered receivers] if it's not there," said offensive coordinator Bill Legg. "You've got to take what the defense gives you and allow your playmakers to make the plays. And his feet are part of the offense, and he's doing a nice job with that."
So yes, depth at the wide receiver spot is a question that must be answered in the weeks to come. Shawney Kersey's departure this week opens one door at the "X" position, though reserves will audition for snaps, at any position.
"A lot of things we can improve on - we broke a lot of coverages," Heater said. "I liked their approach, their mindset, their competitiveness."
That pretty much wraps up the Herd's mission tonight: Beat an upset-minded FCS school, correct mistakes, get ready for bigger missions in the coming weeks. Do that, and the fans will have a good time.
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