TheBootleg.com Week in Review
(Week ending 9/2/01)
Last Monday (8/27), I checked out the team's afternoon workout and filed a practice report. Of note, Biselli's kicking was improving and Teyo was, once again, making plays all over the field.
On Tuesday, Mark DeVaughn covered the morning practice and was impressed by Chris Lewis' performance but quite concerned about the team's continuing punting woes. ME-97 provided an insightful profile of potential hoops recruit Dan Grunfeld, who mentions Stanford at the top of his list. However, Wisconsin provides a strong challenge (family ties and proximity favor the Badgers). Finally, one of our new features, TheBootleg.com Posts of the Week, was released. Congrats to Genuine Realist, terry, Original East Coast fan and Mike McLaughlin for their excellent posts.
On Wednesday, Chad snuck out of work and reported on the team's mock game in the stadium (the team even did "The Walk"). Chad gave Ryan Eklund his Player of the game award.
ME-97 gave us another profile of a potential hoops recruit when he filed a report on Bernard Cote last Thursday. Bernard is a 6'9" 225 pound forward from Montreal, Quebec and is being recruited by Stanford, Kentucky and Kansas.
On Saturday, ME-97 attended the morning workout and filed a thorough practice report. Some of the walking wounded were back in action, including Tank Williams, Kerry Carter, Nick Sebes and freshman Michael Craven. However, Marcus Hoover's knee was still wrapped and the staff is anxiously awaiting the MRI results.
Finally, ME-97 filed a report on the weekend's performance of some of our upcoming opponents. He liked what he saw from UCLA but was hardly impressed by kal, Oregon, San Jose State and Arizona.