August 20, 2010

Offense and special teams shine

Steven Ensminger appeared to be on route to his worst practice this fall during 7-on-7 drills. However, one his offensive line stepped in front of him he seemed to flip a switch. He played lights out for the rest of the evening.

Tim Molton seemed unstoppable in the red zone last night. Defensive coordinator Tommy Spangler tried several cornerbacks on him and none of them could hold Molton.

Lennon Creer is separating himself from the pack. He is showing why he was a 4-star prospect out of high school. He has the size and speed to really dominate in the WAC.

Punter and Oregon State transfer Ryan Allen was booming his punts last night. He was punting from one end of the field as the offense worked on the other. He was punting so far it was interfering with the offense's practice. One coach had to get a spare football to hand to the return man in case he didn't have a chance to return the punt. Cade Glasgow continues to struggle as he shanked a punt to the track last night.

Ryan Williams continue to work as a return man and could be the replacement for Phillip Livas if the injury bug bites him again this season. Williams played initially for the Auburn Tigers before transferring to Copiah-Lincoln Community College and later signing with the Bulldogs.

Jay Dudley continues to have a big fall. He body checked fall phenom Taulib Ikharo at the line and sent him flying. Ikharo continues to impress however as he makes plays on a number of different routes, from slants, to crossing routes, to out routes, and even screens. It doesn't matter how Tech gets Ikharo the ball he is going to make something happen with it.


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