*Freshman safety Daren Bates caused a fumble, but it bounced out of bounds. There were no turnovers in the scrimmage.
*True freshman Dee Ford got work at outside linebacker, but obviously has a long way to go to be ready to play at that position. Ford played defensive end in high school.
*Wes Byrum had a good day kicking field goals, including making one to end the scrimmage.
*Another kicker, walk-on Robert Brooks, had a good day, too. He made field goals of 46 and 47 yards into the wind.
*Michael Goggans played both tackle and end in the scrimmage.
*Running back Onterio McCalebb did the pre-scrimmage drills, but did not play in the scrimmage.
*With quarterbacks not being live, what exactly is and isn't a legitimate sack can be tough to decide, even with officials calling the game as was the case in scrimmage two. However, Antonio Coleman and Josh Bynes each made no-doubters on Saturday.
*Freshman Anthony Gulley made several nice catches, continues to show good hands catching punts and had a nice run of about 30 yards that was negated by a holding penalty. Gulley might have gone the distance, but was stopped by freshman safety Daren Bates.
*Sophomore Eric Smith had another solid day running the football.
*First-team tailback Ben Tate played sparingly, but had multiple runs for good yardage.
*Mario Fannin, who worked at tailback in scrimmage one, worked at H-back in scrimmage two.
*Tight end Gabe McKenzie, who missed spring practice, had a couple of catches in the Saturday scrimmage. *The Tigers had their traditional watermelon cutting after the scrimmage. In recent years it has been on the last day of practice at the intramural fields.