Friday, May 6, 2011

Opposing Spring Game Round-up

Spring practices across the country are officially dunzo, and rather than update you on them as they transpired, I decided to lump them all into one entry. Consider it equal parts convenience and prior laziness on my part.

~ Oregon - The Green team beat the White 16-0 in a game defined by defense.

~ San Jose State - Improved passing was the story of the day in a 21-7 win for the White team over the Blue.

~ Texas Tech - Seth Doege cemented his status as the QB to beat heading into summer and fall.

~ Boise State - The Bronco offense was held to 277 total yards in their spring game.

~ UNLV - Questions abound for what will still be a young Rebel team next year.

~ New Mexico - In a rare spring game blowout, the Silver beat the Cherry 41-0.

~ Fresno State - Derek Carr's performance at his last spring practice of the year evidently had more than met the eye.

~ New Mexico State - Andrew Manley and Taveon Rogers led the way for an Aggie offense hopefully on the upswing.

~ Hawai'i - Through numerous replacements on both sides of the ball, defense was the story for the Warriors.

~ Louisiana Tech - The Bulldogs may have a new starting quarterback after Colby Cameron threw for five touchdowns in their spring game.

~ Utah State - A couple of receivers stood out for the Aggies.

~ Idaho - Vandal spring practices ended on a high note.

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