Post-Practice Report

The offense probably had its best performance of the spring. One reason was Lane Kiffin called more quick-pass plays to give the defense less time to pressure the quarterbacks. Matt Barkley threw an interception to end practice. Kiffin attributed it to the lack of offensive personnel.
“He’s frustrated,” Kiffin said. “He forces the ball at times. I know he’s frustrated.”
But Barkley said he is better at not forcing passes this spring.
“I’m light years ahead,” he said. “In a normal setting, I feel in a zone and comfortable holding the ball.”

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  • NJ Trojan

    Well, I’m sure it’s just because the available defensive players really stink as Wolf pointed out for all of us last week…