Practice ended with a rousing applause by the players, excited and eager to begin school tomorrow. Offensively, the Bruins appeared a bit off, though Richard Brehaut had an impressive practice. Brehaut displayed his fantastic touch in individual drills and in scrimmage work, though relatively lacking knowledge of the playbook and scheme will keep him at second-string.
The defense was, as usual, effective, batting down passes and flying to the ball.
Overall, however, they were just a step slower, perhaps justifiably, with school starting.
Stay tuned for some chats with Rick Neuheisel, Kevin Craft, Jeff Baca, Nick Ekbatani and Alterraun Verner.
Keep firing questions away, I love what I’m seeing.
Also, what about a Question of the Week, with the winner (selected by me, OH THE POWER) getting to do a Ten for Ten with their selected athlete. All kosher, though – I don’t want to piss anyone off with questions about High School Musical 3.