The Vikings have a strong group of developmental prospects competing for backup spots on the offensive line as the team heads to training camp. Rookie free agent Kyle Cook is among them. Here's a full scouting report...
The Vikings will have five seemingly competent rookie OL free agents fighting for a very limited number of opportunities in training camp.
"You listen to some 'cock-and-bull'
story and you change it, and now you make it a no-call after a kid gets hit
out of bounds like that? That's wrong," --Michigan State head coach John L. Smith
September 26, 2006
"We just can't think about that (6-0 record against Eastern Michigan). No matter who it is we have to play
our hardest, and nothing is going to be handed to us," -- Michigan State center Kyle Cook
September 8, 2006
Veteran center Kyle Cook (#74)who anchors Michigan State's
offensive front believes that the Spartans offensive line can play much
better than they did against the Idaho Vandals. He hopes to spend more time celebrating with teammates Matt Trannon and Drew Stanton
September 7, 2006
Michigan State center Kyle Cook says that the Spartans aren't thinking about their all-time 6-0 record against the Eastern Michigan University Eagles or figuring on picking up an easy win.
September 5, 2006
Tuesday's pivotal scrimmage settled the battle along Michigan State's front offensive line. Senior Kyle Cook has emerged as the team's starting center, beating out John Masters. Peter Clifford has been installed as the team's starting left guard replacing Cook.
August 17, 2006