Rutgers heads to Detroit in less than 48 hours for a week of preparation and Quicklane Bowl activities. Coach Kyle Flood met with the media Saturday to discuss one of the final developmental practices of 2014.
The Headline -- Do not look for any major depth changes based on practice performance when it comes to kick off against North Carolina.
“I feel good about where the team’s at,” Flood said. “I don’t know that we’re going to make any dramatic depth chart or playing time changes right now. I feel like we’re playing everybody that can help us be 1-0.”
Worth Noting -- Final exams are done, which led to the best practice of bowl prep in Flood’s eyes.
“Best practice of the week,” Flood said. “I thought it was noticeable that we’re kind of thjrough final exams now, and we’re able to focus on the game plan and to come out and play football.”
On the Other Side -- Dan Disch is the new defensive play caller in Chapel Hill, and he spoke with Inside Carolina reporters about the pre-bowl change in responsibilities..
You can read about it over here.
Now sit back and take in Flood’s press conference.