I was looking at the game thread, and I realized how sad this site can get. There were many good plays both called and executed. There were also several mistakes made by some players, namely several dropped passes. Catching some of those and the offense will have looked great against a fairly good Purdue defense. The offensive line played well, Good run blocking and often very good pass protection. Duggan just needs more time to read the defense, which will come with experience. He is a true freshman after all. Duggan made many smart plays, and I liked the block he threw to help spring Anderson late in the game. He looked good on some of the play action as well - good coaching. Last year there were issues, but it looks like Cumbie has brought in some changes to the offense, and we are starting to see a little of it. There were quite a few good aspects that only require an open mind to see them, not the "OMG he dropped a pass, Cumbie sucks and needs to be gone, etc..". Doubt they see this, but a good job to the coaching staff.