Clayton Tune’s first spray chart doesn’t look much like D’Eriq King’s charts from the first four games. Thankfully, it doesn’t look like his first college start last year in Memphis either (18-43-1 and 5 sacks).
Here’s how the first 5 games stack on top of each other:
At least Clayton added a completion down the middle of the field over 15 yards – something King ever did (the throw was the TD strike to Lark).
The first quarter was a masterpiece. He spread the ball all over the field ensuring that the Mean Green had to cover it all. He got a 62-yard TD run on the first drive and threw a strike to Lark in the back of the end zone for another.
But let’s drill deeper: we’ll look at each half in the UNT game, the game as a whole, how he changed the trajectory of this season’s second halves, and where some concerns might be.
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