Grantham knows that Jim Harbaugh’s offense is always trying to confuse and that the Gator defense has to stay tuned in to what is going on.
“When you look at them, they’re really multiple in what they do, meaning they have a lot of different groups with not only wideouts but with tight ends, too,” Grantham said. “So, they’ll play with three wide receivers in the game, but they can play with two tight ends or three tight ends in the game, and they give you a little different flavor that way. They’re very good at running the ball. And off the run they got really good play-action passes down the field to the wideouts, as well as the tight ends. So, you have to be disciplined with your eye control in the back end and you’ve got to find ways to stop the run, because they do a good job.”
“They’ll be as physical as a team as we’ve faced this year. Their offensive line is stout, they’re physical. They do a good job of getting moving at the point of attack. So, it’s a challenge and we know we’ll have to play well.”
“LSU and Georgia, I would say are up there (physically). I would say this team is going to be as physical as those guys. We’ve certainly got to be ready to match that physicality.”