UW is now off until Tuesday after yesterday’s practice, which included about a 40-minute scrimmage, which is detailed here in this story for the paper (including mention of a TD for Devin Aguilar, shown right in a game against Cal last season).
The story highlights the play of RBs Jesse Callier and Deontae Cooper but also QBs Nick Montana and Keith Price. As noted, Price said he wasn’t that happy with his play saying he simply didn’t throw the ball well yesterday.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Joshua Mayers of our staff, who was in Utah for the Sounders game, also checked out BYU’s final spring practice yesterday and wrote this story focusing on Jake Heaps’ quick adjustment to the college game and the possibility he could be the starter against UW Sept. 4.
— The defense was the star at Arizona’s spring game, which seems somewhat surprising on paper given that the team has to replace seven defensive starters but has almost the entire offense returning.
— The offense appears to be ahead of the game at Arizona State with Brock Osweiler, who once committed to Gonzaga to play basketball, apparently leading in the QB race.
— Kevin Riley is having a strong spring to remain the starting QB at Cal.
— Casey Locker, Jake’s cousin, playing as a second-team safety at WSU, had a good day in the team’s scrimmage yesterday.
— Nate Costa and Daron Thomas appear to still be running neck-and-neck for the Oregon QB job.
— USC thinks it may have found its next great running back in Dillon Baxter who shined at a scrimmage yesterday.
— Ryan Nassib had a good day leading Syracuse’s No. 1 offense in a scrimmage yesterday.
— Nebraska’s QB situation is officially still wide open.
All for now.
April 11, 2010 at 9:20 AM
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