WACO, TX - NOVEMBER 19: Terrance Williams #2 of the Baylor Bears makes a catch for a touchdown in the fourth quarter during a game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Floyd Casey Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Waco, Texas. The Baylor Bears defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 45-38. (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
Its not fun but going back and looking at film can sometimes be therapeutic to a heart-broken and frustrated fan. Obviously it doesn't change the outcome of the game but it can change the opinion of a hardened fan like me. I blasted Sam Proctor on the podcast Thursday night for playing the receiver wrong. Turns out I was the one who was wrong! Procter played it decent, not great but decent. He just gave up the outside corner which usually doesn't kill you because its a very difficult throw. You'd have to have a tremendously athletic quarterback who is able to throw the ball back across the field after scrambling to his left and put the ball on a rope while doing so in order to make that play work. Guess what...
The play is an empty backfield/five receiver set for Baylor. The Oklahoma defense is spread with three defensive linemen to contain Griffin, two linebackers to cover the short middle and five defensive backs to cover down field. The touchdown comes from Terrance Williams who is lined up inside on the trips set at the bottom of the screen. Demontre Hurst, Tony Jefferson and Sam Proctor have the assignment of covering the trips set. Hurst will take underneath, Jefferson the middle and Procter the deep.