The format for the first quarter of the contest will be standard, with the clock stopping as usual. However, the game clock will continuously run for the final three quarters. The White team, made up of the team's backups, will be given a 14-0 advantage to start the contest.
Friday's practice featured non-contact scrimmaging, two-minute drill simulations and positional drills. Players were not in pads.
The workout served as a showcase for starter John Stocco, with no pass rush as a result of the non-contact format. Stocco spread the ball all over the field and made sharp, precise passes throughout the practice.
The junior completed a deep post to Brandon Williams early in the day for a long gain. The pair hooked up again during the two-minute drill for a touchdown, with Williams making a sliding catch in the end zone.
Sophomore Tyler Donovan had an up and down day, with a highlight coming in two-minute drill work on a deep corner route to wide receiver Marcus Randle-El.
Linebacker Jammar Crane also made a nice leaping interception.