What's amazing is watching a team with receivers that get no separation catch passes from a QB that anticipates incredibly well and can throw the ball into very small windows. It shows how important a QB is. Stanford seems to have excellent running backs, a bad OL, worse WRs than UConn. TEs are good though.
Not so sure about bad OL, but this game didn't look like the same sport as when Uconn plays. Having a QB that is immobile, does not read defenses or anticipate pass patterns makes it look like every "less than perfect" block/cut/fake is way worse than it actually is. Got to give Nebrich a shot.