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"It is difficult. It is not impossible. We have played in louder places. We just didn't prepare ourselves for it, I think is the biggest thing.
The first couple of games were at home, and the cadence was on the quarterback. It wasn't until before the Utah game that we started working on silent cadence. And it takes a little bit of time to all get on the same page. We didn't prepare right for that, but we've made those changes and we are ready for any stadium with our silent cadence," he said.
Weber said the false starts are a result of a couple of factors.
"Some of that [tough crowds, young guys] is what the case is," Weber said. "We are working on it. And it is a combination of things. It is some youth, it is first-time players playing in loud places. We've got to get the mechanics better."
Another glaring mistake the line made was that chop-block penalty that probably cost the offense a touchdown against Boise State.
"They called it, so it was a legitimate call," Weber said. "I mean, when the official is out there, and he's looking, and he sees one guy low and one guy high, regardless of how hard the block is, it is a tough one to call," he said.
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