We didn't have to wait long for the first score of the 2013 college football season: after just two rushing plays, Connor Shaw looked deep and hit Shaq Roland on a post route streaking past the North Carolina secondary, and less than 90 seconds into the game, we had a score.
Shaq attack! Steve Spurrier loves playing two quarterbacks, but if Shaw can hit that route? He might be getting more than a few snaps.
For an explanation of the play:
Spurrier hit UNC with "Mills," one of his oldest pass combos. Inside WR runs square-in to hold safety, QB hits post: http://t.co/Ueby1xTOfP— Smart Football (@smartfootball) August 29, 2013
And now the really bad news: Now North Carolina has to deal with Jadeveon Clowney. Wow, the SEC is taking even shorter than normal to prove it is way better than everybody else this year.