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UA needs to be more creative on offense

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SPORTS SOUND-OFF

• UA professed to go into a “spread” wide-open passing attack, but it seems to have gotten very conservative lately because it has a pair of good running backs. That has led to, as (Citizen Columnist) Anthony Gimino sort of noted, being tight at important times in the game. We’ve become way too predictable. We have such good athletes. Be creative. Lastly, I was appalled by Sonny Dykes’ comment noting he wished Oregon State had made the extra point (to tie it) and that UA would have proceeded on that last drive differently. Please, isn’t that a way of really saying, “I was too afraid to open it up just a little.” GENE G.

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