Good morning

Hi folks. Just wanted to let you know I’ll be running the blog for Brian Dohn for a couple of weeks. I’m checking in with some agents to see if anyone else has a signed free agent deal. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you see it), I will not be able to do a Q&A this Friday, but I hope to do a Q&A next week.

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Spring game stats

PASSING ATT CMP YDS INT TD LONG SACK
Prince, Kevin 24 11 134 1-35y 1 30 2-12y
Brehaut, Richard 14 7 47 1 11 1-6y
Craft, Kevin 5 0

RUSHING NO. NET TD LONG AVG
Knox, Milton 8 44 12 5.5
Dean, Aundre 5 33 15 6.6
Carter, Raymond 9 33 18 3.7
Coleman, Derrick 7 14 7 2.0
Franklin, Johnathan 5 11 1 7 2.2

RECEIVING NO. YDS TD LONG AVG
Austin, Terrence 3 40 30 13.3
Moutra, Antwon 3 28 11 9.3
Johnson, Jerry 3 19 1 10 6.3
Franklin, Johnathan 2 35 21 17.5
Rosario, Nelson 2 18 9 9.0
Johnson, Dominique 2 12 7 6.0
Umodu, Tobi 1 16 1 16 16.0
Ketchum, Gavin 1 8 8 8.0
Presley, Morrell 1 5 5 5.0

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Spring game wrap

It wasn’t pretty for the offense, which managed three touchdowns. And, to be honest, two of the plays should have been stopped for sacks, but since the quarterbacks were not to be hit, the plays continued.
Also, the three touchdowns came with the first-team defense on the sideline, the running game struggled and the quarterbacks were not accurate. Most of the offense’s success (all right, all of it) came against the second- or third-team defense.
Kevin Prince was 11 of 24 for 134 yards, a touchdown and interception. Richard Brehaut was 7 of 14 for 47 yards and a touchdown and Kevin Craft was 0 for 5.
On a positive note, and as I wrote for Sunday’s paper, the offensive line UCLA played with in the scrimmage should look nothing like the offensive line that plays in the season opener.

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UGLY offense

About halfway through the scrimmage and UCLA’s offense has three first downs and three turnovers, and the quarterbacks have been sacked three times.

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