* Brehaut looked sharp and authoritative in team and 7-on-7 drills, displaying a decisiveness that he’s lacked early in fall practice. That really is the key for Brehaut; making the decision quickly, and acting on it.
* Rahim Moore had a very nice interception after a back-and-forth battle with Taylor Embree, and it made up for a beautiful touchdown pass from Brehaut to Jerry Rice, Jr., right over Moore.
* Though he had a couple drops, Anthony Barr had the catch of the day over Aaron Hester on a perfectly thrown ball from Brehaut in 7-on-7s. Barr went very high for the catch and took it down with two feet on the sidelines before going in for the touchdown. Neuheisel very loudly exclaimed, “That’s two hands! That’s the difference!” And even Chuck Bullough said, ‘Nice grab, Two.”
* No major lineup changes, though Cassius Marsh was working with the second-team defense, and Anthony Barr spent some time with the first-team offense. Dietrich Riley again got extensive work at safety, and Steve Sloan and Sean Westgate had the first-team defensive duties.
* In WR/DB individual drills, the offense dominated, with Taylor Embree and Nelson Rosario each catching all the opportunities. Andrew Abbott looked very good and he and Courtney Viney should provide ample insurance for Hester and Price.
* Jayson Allmond has been moved to defensive tackle, but the move could be temporary. He was in a log-jam at F-back, after being moved from fullback to tailback for spring ball.
* Injury report: Stan McKay has a concussion and will go through the proper recovery protocols. Kevin Prince, Josh Smith, Joseph Fauria and Jordon James are all expected back from their day-to-day injuries in the next couple days. Neuheisel was non-committal about Prince’s return to action tomorrow.