Second scrimmage of the spring – live updates

6 comments by   |   Friday, April 11, 2008 - 4:25 pm EDT

First team offense enters for last set of 11 on 11. Payton currently has 11 carries for 52 yards. Second team offense enters after 3 and out. Offsides called on defense. Chappell finished 16-22 for 135 yards. Fisher had 6 catches for 40 yards.

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4th set of 11 on 11 begins. First flag on the offense for holding. Dedmond makes a 19 yard grab on the sideline. Chappell is 14-19 for 134 yards. Dedmond has 3 catches for 44 yards. Second team offense comes on the field. 7 yard by Walker up the sideline. Burgess goes up the middle for no gain. High snap, leads to sack by Kozak. Darius Johnson intercepts the Evans pass. Set of plays ends.

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Chappell is currently 11-14 for 103 yards and a rushing touchdown. Evans is currently 9-11 for 45 yards and an interception.

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Second team offense resets at 40 yard line. Break for kicking drills.

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11 on 11 begins again with Chappell and first string offense. Ball tipped at the line almost intercepted in the middle of the field. 7 yard pass up the middle to Bryan Payton for a first down. Another pass up the middle to Payton for 5 yards. 3 yards to Collin Taylor. He is hit hard in the middle of field by Matt Mayberry. Banks makes a 27 yard leaping grab on the sideline. Second string offense comes on the field. 8 yard pass to Matt Ernest. Zach Walker up the left side for no gain. Pass intercepted by Richard Council at 1 yard line.

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2nd attempt by Starr is good after offsides call on defense. Chappell and Evans are both currently 7-8.

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Ben Chappell and first string offense back on the field. Max Dedmond makes a 20 yard juggling one handed catch. Second team offense comes out. Evans fumbles snap then recovers. Trea Burgess gains 7 yards on swing pass making the first wave of defenders miss. Fumble by Zach Walker, recovered by Kyle Kozak and the defense. Second string resets at 35 yard line. Evans goes 4-4 for 15 yards. Austin Starr on to attempt 30 yard field goal. Kick is no good, wide right.

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Mitchell Evans and second string offense take the field. Evans goes 1-2 for 6 yards. Break in the action for punting drills.

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Ben Chappell and the first string offense come out on the field. Nice 20 yard swing pass to Ray Fisher. Option play to Payton for about 3 yards. Chappell is 3-3. All completions to Ray Fisher thus far. 8 yard run up the middle by Ben Chappell for a touchdown. Chappell ends the drive 5-6 for 36 yards and a rushing touchdown.

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Hello everyone. This is Evan Frederick. Currently I am a graduate student at Indiana University, helping the HT for the spring. Should be an interesting scrimmage today. Memorial Stadium is basically a wind tunnel right now. I will keep you up to date on any interesting happenings.

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6 comments:
#1 Friday, April 11, 2008 - 4:41 PM EDT

Is anyone there, Doug? I think your scrimmage coverage might be trumped by the Obama visit. Sorry, man.

 
#2 Friday, April 11, 2008 - 5:57 PM EDT

Nothing – not even the potential next leader of the free world – trumps an Indiana football scrimmage, Emily (i.e. resident Purdue fan). There is a raucous crowd of perhaps several dozen people taking in this momentous event.

 
#3
Juan Blanco
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 9:27 AM EDT

How are the young DB’s looking? Is the inexperience there padding Chapp’s numbers a bit?

 
#4 Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:09 PM EDT

When is this years cream and crimson football game?

 
#5 Monday, April 14, 2008 - 9:53 PM EDT

Saturday at 2 p.m.

 
#6 Monday, April 14, 2008 - 9:55 PM EDT

Juan, I think the young DBs are looking pretty good. IU’s defense is giving up the short passes, but not allowing much of anything downfield. The big question mark, though, is the level of wide receivers they’re covering right now. Without Hardy, Bailey, Means or Turner, IU doesn’t have a Big Ten-quality group at this point.

 


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