July 31, 2009
Offense improving as camp draws near
The last 7-on-7, before camp begins, once again was the offensive side of the ball's day. Because of summer school finals many players were not in attendance. Once again Kevin Prince and Richard Brehaut looked sharp and the feel good story of the summer, Nick Crissman continued his comeback.
Since teaching opportunities seem to be the rage this past week, Gavin Ketchum caught true freshman, Sheldon Price squatting on his route, the veteran receiver ran a post and Prince hit him dead in his tracks for a touchdown.
It is a good thing that the offense has picked it up lately, because it is never good a good thing when the defense dominates the offense in the 7-on-7 drill. It is set up for the offense to have an advantage. The quarterbacks don't have to worry about being hit and neither do the receivers. Hence it is different once there are pads on.
So that progress is being made is a positive sign that the offense is getting their timing down, at least on the 7-on-7, and perhaps an even more encouraging sign is the fact the quarterbacks haven't thrown an interception in three outings.
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