I understand that it can be sometimes tough to wade through 100ish comments to find out what happened at these practices. There are so many that it can be tough to remember what happened where. So, it's good to have these recap posts just to tie everything together in a nice little bouquet!
But I wasn't actually at the practice yesterday. I was at the one last Saturday (and I'll go to the one next Saturday). But I decided to garden yesterday instead. The weather is finally starting to turn and it's important to prepare things for plantings in April. First, I started by organizing my drip system, no wait, this isn't a recap of my gardening, this is a recap of Cal football. I forget sometimes. I know how much people just LOVE to read about drip systems! But many I should hand water instead?!??! SO MANY OPTIONS! But let's never use a read option ever again.
Cal Athletics is putting out some great stuff. They've really upped their social media game. And they must have some really amazing water systems for Memorial Stadium. I bet I could learn a lot from them about that!
UNOFFICIAL SCRIMMAGE STATS Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): Coprich 6-55, Hinder 5-29-TD, Hodges 6-24, Goff 3-7, Boehm 2-6, Gingold 2-2 Passing (Comp-Att-Yds-INT-TD): Goff 5-11-90-0-1, Kline 5-6-88-0-1, Hinder 4-8-54-0-0, Boehm 0-1-0-0-0 Receiving (Rec-Yds-TD): Treggs 3-39-TD, S. Anderson 2-21, Whitehurst 1-59, Bouza 1-30, Hodges 1-23, Powe 1-16-TD, Coprich 1-14, Coles 1-11, Bouza 1-10, Espitia 1-5, Davis 1-4 Punting (No-Yds-Avg): Leininger 2-68-34.0 Field Goals (Yardage-Made/Missed): Beito 43-Good, D'Amato 42-Missed PAT (Made-Att): M. Anderson 1-1, Beito 1-1, D'Amato 1-1 Defense (Tackles; Big Plays): Coleman 4 (1.0 TFL, -3; 1.0 SK, -3), Broussard 4, Jefferson 4, Nickerson 4, Sebastian 4, Barton 3, Forbes 3, Dozier 2, Lowe 2, Team 1 (1.0 TFL, -15; 1.0 SK, -15), Moala 1 (1.0 TFL, -4; 1.0 SK, -4), Agu 1, Camporeale 1, Jalil 1, Kaufusi 1, G. King 1, L. King 1, Kragen 1, Fadelli (PBU)
SELECTED COMMENTS FROM POST-GAME MEDIA SESSION Head coach Sonny Dykes, quarterbacks Austin Hinder and Zach Kline, and wide receiver Bryce Treggs were among the group that talked to the media after Saturday's workout. Here's some of what each had to say.
SONNY DYKES On whether any of the quarterbacks separated themselves from today "I don't think so, not based on what I saw. We'll double check our work, but it looked like to me they all did some good things, kind of more of the same. They just keep working harder and getting more comfortable. It seems like every day they're starting to get a little bit of a better sense of timing and more comfortable with their receivers."
On the team's offense "It's certainly a work in progress, but it's come a long way. When the offense got the tempo going today, they really played at a high level and when the tempo dragged then they dragged a little bit. That's typical, and that's not anything that hasn't been an experience in the past. When they're playing fast and they get the defense on its heels a little bit the offense can be pretty tough."
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