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Fujita's suggestion pays off

From one of the reports I read on the Super Bowl..

Early in the drive, Saints veteran outside linebacker Scott Fujita suggested to Williams that he call a “Ram-1” blitz, which would send all three ‘backers and leave Sharper in “Cover 1” as the lone safety. “If you feel comfortable with our coverage on the back end,” Fujita told him, “Ram could get there.”

With Indy facing a third-and-5 from the New Orleans 31, Williams called the blitz, sending Shanle and middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma to Manning’s right in an effort to force him to throw left. Sharper stayed in the middle, covering Clark on an inside route while Wayne ran an “in.” Porter, having anticipated Wayne’s move based on film study, jumped in front of the Pro Bowl wideout, made the pick at the 26 and raced into the end zone with the third-longest interception for touchdown in Super Bowl history.

Fujita makes all Golden Bears very proud. Absolute coolest foto of Scott and his 2 year old twin son after the game...

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