By Kevin Sweeney
12-25, 165 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT.
A quick glance at those numbers probably doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence in Hunter Johnson’s second game as a Wildcat, especially considering he was taking on a UNLV defense that was fresh off giving up 43 points to Arkansas State.
However, numbers sometimes don’t tell the whole story. After re-watching Johnson’s performance, I came away incredibly impressed. The Clemson transfer was accurate, flashed his arm strength, and looked incredibly confident throwing the football. The offense moved the ball well all game, and could have had an even better showing if the receiving corps made a few plays. This video breaks down everything you need to know from Saturday’s action, looking at his best throws, some mistakes, and a few areas where he showed the most improvement: