Monday, April 09, 2007

Spring Reports

Georgia: The Bulldogs' first-string defense gave up five scoring drives. "Horrible," senior safety Kelin Johnson said.

Georgia Tech: The Yellow Jackets' No. 1 offense got the ball 10 times. It scored every time. "We've progressed tremendously," new quarterback Taylor Bennett said

Minnesota: This is not how coach Tim Brewster envisioned his first spring game, with three Gopher players in jail after being arrested in connection with a rape investigation.

Miami: Same old stuff under new coach Randy Shannon: defense crushing offense, mediocre quarterbacking, bland play calling (in this case by design).

Mississippi: Seth Adams appears to have edged ahead of Brent Schaeffer in the battle to become the starter at quarterback.

Oklahoma: No Adrian Peterson? No problem. The Sooner run game appears solid. Now, about the quarterbacking ...

Texas: Coach Mack Brown had nothing but praise for his receivers, saying "this is the best group ... we've had since I've been here."

Vanderbilt: Quarterback Chris Nickson was more comfortable this spring than last spring, when he stepped in for Jay Cutler.

West Virginia: Snow, cold, wind and a plenty of passing during the Mountaineers' spring finale.

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1 comment:

Mike P. said...

That Ga Tech comment was a great dig at Reggie Ball.