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SPRING: What we've learned - Week 3

BURKE ELLIS

THE OFFENSE started to come together in Week 3. Why? Several reasons, the biggest of which is perhaps that Ryan Katz and James Rodgers have started to develop a rapport. Meanwhile, Taylor Henry is looking at adding size without sacrificing speed, Ryan McCants is bursting through the hole and the o-line remains a work in process, and at high volume.

THE RODGERS BROTHERS ARE NASTY. During Monday's practice James and Jacquizz both had downright filthy moves in the open field. After catching a pass near the sidelines James stopped, froze safety Cameron Collins, and slipped towards the middle of the field untouched as the Collins clumsily stumbled almost falling over. Jacquizz did a similar move twice later in practice drawing...

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