For East Central head football coach Tim McCarty, hiding his disappointment with the performance by his offense in Saturday night's 37-15 victory over Southern Nazarene at Norris Field has been as tough as watching the Tigers' disappearing act on that side of the ball against the outmanned Crimson Storm.
"I think 'concern' is the right word — I was very upset with our offensive performance last Saturday," McCarty said earlier this week "I thought there was poor execution of details that we've set as our own requirements, and we ended up with the product we showed."
That "product" added up to perhaps the most lackluster effort by an ECU offense in almost three years — 228 total yards, including just 88 through the air, 13 completions in 32 attempts by quarterbacks Cody Miller and Spencer Bond and numerous dropped passes by ECU's young receiving corps. McCarty said all those things will have to be corrected before the Tigers kick off their 2012 Great American Conference schedule Saturday night at old rival Southwestern.
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