August 16, 2007

2007 Fall Football Practice Report #6

Our intrepid reporter, the ever-industrious Campus Carl was dispatched to the Cougar football practice field to cover Wazzu's second scrimmage of the fall session. We have confiscated his notes before they fell into the hands of impressionable youngsters or Wisconsin cheese spies making googly eyes at the Cougar Gold…

QB Alex Brink was the only one that really showed much consistency. Once again it took him a possession or two to get going, but once he did he was pretty sharp. There were some poorly thrown balls, but no stupidly thrown balls (meaning a few inaccurate passes to open receivers, but no reckless attempts to squeeze the ball between three defenders). Gary Rogers also started poorly, sailing his first three passes over the heads of his receivers. Over time he got a little sharper, but he was also the victim of some dropped passes, hence the 4-12 showing. Cole Morgan and Marshall Lobbestael each directed a touchdown drive but didn't get a lot of reps, splitting time on the 3rd team offense. Morgan had to deal with a couple of busted plays and eat the ball, but at least he didn't turn it over.

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