- Articles -
- BeaverFootball.com - Notes
- Gazette Times - Questions remain after scrimmage | OSU sports marketing wants you to catch the fever | Blog notes
- Oregonian - Quarterbacks up in the air, awaiting a nod by Riley | Blog notes
- OSUBeavers.com - Defense dominates in first scrimmage
- Short recap -
Each played with the first and second team offense. Canfield finished the day completing nine of of 14 passes for 80 yards and one touchdown. Moevao completed seven of 19 attempts with no touchdowns. Each quarterback threw an interception.
WR Brandon Powers had the days first touchdown on a 21-yard reception from Canfield. WR Darrell Catchings continued his strong showing catching two touchdown passes, one from Ryan Gunderson and the other from Breenan Sim.
Running backs Patrick Fuller and Ryan McCants led all running backs with 22 yards on eight and seven carries respectively. Fuller also added a touchdown.
Brandon Powers 21-yard reception from Sean Canfield
Darrell Catchings 5-yard reception from Ryan Gunderson
Patrick Fuller 1-yard run
Darrell Catchings 20-yard reception from Brennan Sim
Tony Carrasco 1-yard run
Brennan Sim, 17-13-0-113-1; Justin Engstrom, 15-7-1-94-0; Sean Canfield, 14-9-1-80-1; Lyle Moevao, 19-7-1-79-0; Ryan Gunderson, 6-6-0-58-1.
Darrell Catchings, 7-98-2; Aaron Nichols, 6-120-0; Joe Halahuni, 5-29-0; Brandon Powers, 2-35-1; Ryan McCants, 2-25-0; Taylor Kavanaugh, 2-21-0; Damola Adeniji, 2-15-0; Shane Morales, 2-7-0; Matt Sieverson, 2-4-0; Patrick Fuller, 2-2-0; Tony Carrasco, 2-(-6)-0; Sam Oltman, 1-30-0; Chris Johnson, 1-14-0; Andy Stewart, 1-11-0; Gabe Miller, 1-10-0; James Rodgers, 1-10-0; Brady Camp, 1-7-0; Howard Croom, 1-2-0; Ahmed Mokhtar, 1-0-0.
- Riley says -
On goals for the scrimmage - “Our goal was to get the ones some play, at least twenty, and then get the twos more than that. We’ve got a 105 guys right now, so its more than in spring practice, so it’s a lot of guys first football in a long time, and a lot of practicing. So this is a chance for them to play a lot. I think it went pretty well.”
On deciding on a quarterback in the fall - "I'll tell you this - I will hopefully not do this ever again, go into fall camp like this. I don't think it's hurt our team. It was the right thing to do with these two guys because it was ill-defined, but I'm going to try and get this thing done soon."
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