Tempo is normally a term reserved for basketball but Iowa State coach DanMcCarney says it will be a factor in tomorrow’s Humanitarian Bowl againstBoise State. The Broncos want to create as many snaps as possible on offenseand McCarney says the Cyclone defense will need to be ready when they breakthe huddle. McCarney says Boise State ran 30 different motions in theiroffense in recent games. McCarney says the number of sets and motions BoiseState runs is designed to get a defense lined up wrong at the snap. Cyclonedefensive tackle Jordan Carstens says Boise State has been known to sprintout of the huddle and snap the ball immediately.
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