“Their offense is led by a poised, confident, accurate quarterback, who is as good as I’ve coached against since maybe Chad Pennington,” said Weaver. “You really can’t stop them, so you have to try to slow them down. Hopefully force a couple turnovers and stop them in the red zone a couple times. Our best defense against them may be an efficient offense because if we can establish the running game, we can take time off the clock and keep Swallow on the sidelines.
“Going on the road against a team as good as W&J in their situation of playing for their playoff lives gives us a great opportunity,” said Weaver. “We don’t lie to our players and tell them this is a game we should win. We could beat them, but it’s going to be a fight and we are looking forward to the chance to play a very good team.”