BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - When the Hilltoppers take the field most everyone in the stadium, on the sidelines and up in the booth know that Antonio Andrews is going to get the ball.
When he does he is capable of breaking off big plays.
It's quite the luxury for the tops to have that threat.
But they want to start getting those big plays to also come from the passing game.
So far this season the tops have just seven passes that have been completed for more than 25 yards.
Head coach Bobby Petrino believes this is the perfect week to rectify that because Louisiana Monroe has given up big plays all year, but it all comes down to simple execution.