The scrimmage was situational. A good scrimmage, yes. Are we really able to take anything away? No. The first scrimmage of the spring rarely identifies much.
The truth... In scrimmage, first team offense went against 2 defense, 2nd team offense went against 1st team defense every time in full scrimmage. In situations they did some ones on ones and 2 on 2 from 2 both ways, from 20, and third Downs
I would say it's more of a case of fans starving for information and it's understandable. What I think happens, every year, is people put too much importance on a scrimmage in the spring.We're spoiled for sure. We will be digging for those great receivers that have left for the NFL over these last couple of years.
Just a question: is the defense that great or is the OL and receiver corps just young, injured or inexperienced? Will our defense hold against a good seasoned OL?
Its got the chance to be a 2012/2020 oline in the future...near future...Word from the rant
There's a bit of a shift on the 2nd-team offensive line with Tommy Brockermeyer stepping in at left tackle and Amari Kight moving over to left guard. That means the 2nd-team O-line consisted of Brockermeyer, Kight, Darrian Dalcourt, Seth McLaughlin and JC Latham. Midway through the spring, both 5-star tackle signees are now working with the twos.