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Coach's Corner - Offense Observations

Jake Locker (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Spring football is already half over, but team reps have gone up, hitting has increased a little bit. Progress has been made across all three phases of the game as they continually add new parts to their attack on all sides of the ball. The offense appears to be further ahead of the defense and defense appears to be further ahead of the kicking game.

The quarterback situation will play itself out with regard to who will be the immediate backup to Jake Locker, and both Keith Price and Nick Montana are showing steady improvement. Price's best feature in his game is his running ability, which is nullified by the "QB off-limits" contact rule. He is very elusive and a threat to pull it down and run, as well as giving himself extra time to throw...

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