In only one of our 4 losses was Hines completely available and relatively healthy.
(Let’s point out here that was really impressive for Hines was how he grew as a runner from the beginning of the year.
It’s also worthy of note that when the coaches knew he wouldn’t be relied upon for his usual role (Clemson) – the staff did a great job gameplanning. This reinforces my theory that our guys can prep pretty well but have a hard time adjusting real time. (Of course, as Clemson showed – you lose a key guy and things can go south in a hurry.)