Upon further review Laquon Treadwell eased up on himself a bit.
He wasn’t happy with his performance against Tennessee-Martin, his first game since breaking his fibula and dislocating his ankle against Auburn early last November.
He says he’s a tough critic of his own game. He talked about having a few jitters but said he after reviewing video he didn’t think his game was as bad as he felt originally.
Two areas in which he wants to improve this week against Fresno State: Be more physical with the football and make the plays that come his way. He mentioned specifically the fade route in the end zone on a pass thrown a little high by Chad Kelly.
It was high, and it could have been placed better by Kelly. It was also a play Treadwell could have made, and I suspect will make moving forward.