Spring Camp - Apr. 21

Offense scores four touchdowns...defensive tackles take a hit.

Apr. 20


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- Short recap -

The offense did a 180 degree turn from a week ago as they scored four touchdowns, including a 16-play, 70-yard touchdown drive by QB Sean Canfield to open the scoring on an 8-yard pass to Anthony Brown.  RB Patrick Fuller led all ball carriers with 95 yards and one touchdown on 13 carries.  Walkon receiver Damola Adeniji led all receives with three catches for 76 yards. 

QB Lyle Moevao improved from a week ago completing 4 of 6 for 109 yards while leading the team on a 12-play, 70-yard touchdown drive that culmulated in a two yard run by Fuller.

Defensive tackles Pernnell Booth and Mitchel Hunt both suffered knee injuries while William Vea sat out for the second straight practice.  Vea is expected to sit out the rest of the month.

Scoring Summary
Anthony Brown, 8-yard pass from Sean Canfield
Patrick Fuller, 2-yard run
Tony Carrasco, 1-yard run
Aaron Nichols, 8-yard pass from Brennan Sim


Rushing (No-Yds-TD)
Patrick Fuller, 13-95-1; Andy Stewart, 4-12-0; Tony Carrasco, 16-35-1; Michael Sorem, 10-28-0; Chris Johnson, 1-0-0; Sean Canfield, 1-0-0; Tim Sim, 1-0-0

Passing (Att-Comp-Int-Yds-TD)
Sean Canfield, 12-6-0-65-1; Ryan Gunderson, 11-5-0-62-0; Lyle Moevao, 6-4-109-0; Brennan Sim, 14-9-0-68-1

Receiving (No-Yds-TD)
Shane Morales, 2-24-0; Aaron Nichols, 2-14-1; Sam Oltman, 1-17-0; Parick Fuller, 2-8-0; John Reese, 1-19-0; Anthony Brown, 1-8-1; Andy Stewart, 2-14-0; Dan Weis, 2-25-0; Michael Sorem, 4-5-0; Damola Adeniji, 3-76-0; Brady Camp, 2-71-0; Matt Frosland, 1-15-0; Joe Halahuni, 1-8-0


- Riley says -

On the running back play - "Considering we didn't have Yv (Yvenson Bernard), Clinton (Polk) and Micah (Strickland) it was a good day for the backs.  They ran hard. Part of the reason we went as long as we did today was I have a big job getting down to 105 guys for fall camp, right now we are way over that number. This is a great chance for us to evaluate and see where guys are."


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