Q: What happened on Drew Weatherford's interception?
A: "Yeah, Joslin Shaw ran the wrong route. (Drew) threw it right
where he expected Joslin to be and I was glad that he threw it early
before the break but the break never happened. That one's on the
Q: You have mentioned several times that you want to see your
receivers become better blockers and be more aggressive without the
football. It looks like Greg Carr had a pretty big hit out there.
A: "Joslin had a good (block) on a fullback dump and Greg probably had
a few. They are getting better. Greg has just got to be physical. He's
got the size to be physical."
Q: How happy are you with the running game now that spring is over?
A: "I have been happy with it all spring. Today I didn't see anything
that excited me. We have been able to break a long touchdown run every
scrimmage but we didn't do that today. But I have seen great progress
in our running game. I see our lineman at times doing a good job of
being more physical. I hate to say it but pass protection has not been
as physical as the running game."
Q: What about Weatherford's progress?
A: "I thought Drew had a pretty good spring. I certainly am confident
I just about any throw that I ask him to make. I am very happy with
Q: What do you think was the number one thing that your offensive unit
accomplished this spring?
A: "I think our lineman showed whether or not they could be physical.
It's one thing to say you are going to run the ball and they can hoot
and holler and get all excited about I but if they are not willing to
play with the bloody-your-nose physicality ? and they showed sns that
they are willing to do that. That was the biggest thing."
Q: What about the depth of the offensive line?
A: "We have no depth. This spring we had one scholarship guy on second
team so there I no depth. Our depth next year will be the freshmen
class. We might be learning something about (David) Overmyer at guard.
I have not seen his film yet but the last two scrimmages at guard,
it's like he has been there forever. He has done some things
mechanically and fundamentally better at guard at times. We might have
learned something with that move that will help us in the future."
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