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1. Quick throws: UW’s linebackers and defensive linemen are getting pressure, and fast, on opposing quarterbacks. With delayed blitzes and stunts up front, quarterbacks don’t have time to sit in the pocket and wait. That’s by design, but opponents can game plan for it with quick passes to the outside, like Notre Dame did. The Wolverines need QB Cade McNamara to get rid of the ball quickly, whether they’re deep down the field to give a receiver a chance for a big play or a pass interference, or underneath to move the chains.

1. Bracket Mayer: Notre Dame tight end Michael Mayer is one of the best offensive weapons in the country, and quarterback Jack Coan is finding him often. UW should plan on using its outside linebackers to disrupt Mayer’s route off the line of scrimmage and ensure a safety is covering the 6-foot-4½, 251-pound target. The Irish have multiple weapons who can make plays, but taking away option A in Mayer is a good place to start.


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