January 9, 2021
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National Championship games have been transpiring in College Football since 1869 with cult classics like Texas vs Notre Dame, Ohio State vs Miami, Alabama vs Clemson, etc. This year's match featured the Alabama Crimson Tide against the Ohio State Buckeyes. In advance of Monday's contest, student-athletes and coaches met with media on Zoom to discuss respective opinions on particular subject matters that they were questioned about. Here's what Dylan Moses vocalized during Thursday's videoconference.
Question: A majority of Ohio State's offensive players are vertical and horizontal threats on the football field. Will you or your team's defensive preparation be modified from other gameweeks in a venture to restrict Ohio State's offense on Monday?
Answer: No, the team and I will not modify any of our preparations from other gameweeks in a venture to restrict Ohio State's offense on Monday, but the coaches and players intend to break down the offensive film this week in the same process we have studied other teams in College Football throughout the year. However, my defensive coordinator articulated something we need to focus on in the upcoming days as a squad is diagnosing the play-calls or schemes previously used against our defense successfully by scheduled opponents this season as Ohio State will be prepped to exploit any holes we present. The team and I will be ready for the game on Monday.
The video of this interview is now available on YouTube. You can choose to view it down below.
A special thanks to Brett Daniels and Brian for arranging and conducting the videoconference spectacularly. Make sure to tune in next Monday at 8:00 PM Eastern/5:00 PM Pacific to see Moses' last game as a student-athlete as the Alabama Crimson Tide venture to capture the program's 18th championship.