Most of the question marks have
been answered, but to fill in the gaps
ISU head coach Dan McCarney had said in the past few weeks he's seen enough from the 1's and knows they're ready to go.
"We got some good work in there,"
McCarney said. "We got to get in now and get some evaluations done and finalized
as much as we can over the next three days of this week. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday [are] going to be heavy
McCarney said the defense did some
good things in the scrimmage, highlighted by an interception by Chris Singleton.
The freshman from
"It was nice to see," McCarney said. "There's no question he's going to play as a true freshman. The decision was made quiet a while ago. He's pretty special…I like his athleticism, I like his toughness, and I like his maturity for a kid who just got here."
There was also a good deal of kicking done today, with more decisions looming in the next week. With an influx of walk-ons joining the team on Monday, McCarney said some of the extra kickers will find different spots on the field as the weeks wear on.
"I don't know if I'll tell [the extra kickers] to go home, but we might tell them to go be a scout team running back or something," McCarney said. "We can't continually work 7,8,9 kickers every day. You can't get the quality reps that you need to within the framework of the NCAA rules."
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