Scout Bowl II — the offense-versus-defense scrimmage featuring scouts and redshirts — was as entertaining as Tuesday’s event.
Wideout Terence Bell continued to impress. He scored on a 68-yard play in which he hurdled three fallen defenders; made a leaping one-handed catch, and scored the game-winner on a tipped pass into the end zone.
The most innovative play came when David Graves fired a pass to Justin Clapp, who ran to his left, then lateraled to Graves.
Right tackle Sean Shigematsu delivered the biggest hit, flattening defensive end Desmond Dean on what was a borderline crackback block. Shigematsu and left tackle Jordan Loeffler appear to be the Warriors’ future perimeter blockers.
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Happy birthday to Lynette Eastman. May those boots keep walking.