"We all coach it," Holliday said. "Todd Hartley, Adam Fuller and myself. All the coaches coach; we have different positions on different teams. I don't have, per se, a special-teams coordinator, but we have guys that coach all the different [units] that work hard.
"They're getting coached. Evidently, we've got to do a better job of getting that done, because the product you see out there didn't happen [at MTSU], so that's on us, and that's important we get it fixed."
Williams said his unit has made its blocking adjustments, and expects all his punts to sail cleanly through the skies the rest of the season.
"There were a couple of things. A guy just got through the line," Williams said. "It's kind of hard to explain because I'm not really a scheme guy. We got a punt block and we got it fixed, and we'll be good to go with weekend."
The Herd must also fix its rushing defense after giving up 308 yards on 60 carries at MTSU. Holliday said the Herd merely whiffed on fundamentals on a few plays, leading to big runs.
"They lost contain three times, and that's three too many," he said. "There's no doubt we've got to do a great job putting the edge on the defense.
"We had about eight or nine plays that resulted in the majority of that yardage they gained in those 60 rushes."
The Blue Raiders had 11 rushes of 8 or more yards, totaling 170 yard of those 308 yards.
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