Post-scrimmage Report Card

After an inconsistent scrimmage, only one thing is painfully obvious: There are going to be fun times and sad times, and they might come one after another. For every breakaway run, there was a tackle-for-loss. There were great individual performances and disappointments.
There were shocking surprises – HEEEEELLLLLLLOOOO DAMIEN THIGPEN! – and there were met expectations – HEEEEELLLLLLLOOOO Brian Price.
Over the next hour or so, I’ll break down the performances by unit, with no delineation between first-, second- and third-strings.
Stay tuned…

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  • Anonymous

    what did thigpen do? a good surprise or bad?

  • Anonymous

    Did Love start at safety?

  • lavsmousse

    Christian Ramirez was injured on the second play of the scrimmage and did not return. This guy no longer deserves to be #1 in the RB rotation, cant stay healthy. Franklin and Knox deserve the opportunity after what I saw tonite.

  • captainqtp

    Jonathan Franklin deserves the number 1 spot, but I also was amazed at Thigpen. He was doing more with less than any other back out there. I hope they don’t redshirt him. He needs to be on the field on September 5th.