Perhaps in an attempt to be humorous, The Heights' game preview gave URI the situational advantage for "When the Rams pass the ball." They also gave URI the edge in special teams, which is probably a stone-faced, serious truth.
URI's offensive "strength," if you can call it that, is indeed their passing game. Conventional wisdom says that tomorrow's expected monsoon will benefit URI by slowing down the game, but their rushing offense has been awful all year - 110th in 1-AA with 74.3 yards per game. If they can't handle the A-10 run defenses of the world, they won't be able to handle Brace and Raji.
The key to tomorrow is seeing how Crane and Davis perform through the air.
I say BC wins 45-0.
BC lost to UVA in field hockey tonight, 2-1 in double overtime.
The UNH women's hockey team destroyed the Brampton Thunder, 7-0. BC plays Brampton tomorrow at 3 at the Whittemore Center.