MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 24: Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers tries to break away from Andrew Meier #29 of the South Dakota Coyotes at Camp Randall Stadium on September 24, 2011 in Madison Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
It's been tough to find info on the South Dakota Coyotes - there's no real blogs on the team, not that much media coverage, you know the like - but just because they're a 1-1 FCS team doesn't mean I'm going to take them lightly. Northwestern has a chance to remain undefeated Saturday, and I fully intend on taking the as seriously as possible. So I procured this film of the Coyotes in action
The South Dakota Coyotes have some innovative ideas in terms of attacking strategy, but this often leaves them vulnerable to simple fundamental flaws.
The Coyotes have some explosive plays up their sleeve, but these often come back to blow up in their face.
The Coyotes often simply aren't fast enough to keep up with the competition.
The Coyotes find themselves out in space by themselves a lot, but often lack the awareness to notice.
The Coyotes often find themselves pancaked and flattened by big blocks.
The Coyotes' schemes are often too complex for them to execute.
What do you guys notice about South Dakota? Err... the Coyotes.
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