Sunday, January 22, 2012

Mixed results for Patrick Witt in all-star game

Former Yale quarterback Patrick Witt was on the field for the NLFA Collegiate Bowl for three drives and two of them resulted in points but overall Witt was just 2 of 7 for 21 yards in the National team's 20-14 win over the American team on Saturday night at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif.

Witt, who set Yale's career records for passing attempts, completions and yards, made his first appearance in the second quarter. His first pass went for went for an 18-yard completion to Indiana's Demarlo Belcher. He was 2 for 3 for 21 yards on the drive, which resulted in an 8-yard TD run by Syracuse's Antwon Bailey.

Witt returned for the first two possessions of the fourth quarter and he was 0 for 4 on those drives although the second one, aided by outstanding field position following an interception, results in a 45-yard field goal by Washington's Erik Folk.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought he played well, he had lots of "drops" which makes his stats very deceiving. He should have taken Chris Smith with him to California!!!

8:17 AM 
Blogger Jim Fuller said...

That's good to hear. I was working when the game was going on but looking forward to watching a replay of the game tomorrow night.

1:17 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heard Ikaika Malloe is going to Portland State. Have you heard anything?

8:12 PM 

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