Adams also helped create a play that didn’t show up in the box score, pushing up the pocket which enabled defensive end Anree Saint-Amour to sack Louisville quarterback Jawon Pass in the third quarter.
“At first, you have to get rid of muscle memory from transitioning defenses,” Adams said. “Other defensive coaches want something a certain way, then you’ve got a new coach that wants it a different way. And you try your best to do it, but mentally and physically, you’ve got to get them to align to do what they want. And so now I feel like our bodies are clicking more. We know what to do and we don’t have to think so much.”