Friday, March 30, 2012

Bulldog bytes

Here are a few quotes from from junior WR Deon Randall and senior RB Mordecai Cargill after Thursday night's spring practice...

Randall on  Yale's offense: "We have a lot of quick guys so getting them out in space and being able to make one-on-one plays is what I believe our team does best. Take advantage of speed and one-on-one situations that defenses put us in."

Cargill on being back on the field: "We’ve really been indoors a lot, for most of the winter. We did mostly conditioning and agility things, so it just feels good to be back out here throwing the ball around and playing actual football."

Randall and Cargill on new coach Tony Reno...


Randall: "I like coach Reno a lot. I believe he holds his players accountable. He expects a lot from his players, but he doesn’t ask players to do anything out of their comfort zone. I’m excited for this year to come."

Cargill: "Coach Reno is very meticulous. That really helps us. We’re a lot more disciplined team and we’re much more conditioned. I think we’re becoming much more focused as a result of his coaching style and that’s going to help us a lot for this upcoming season."
 

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

MAY HAVE MISSED EARLIER NEWS,

HAS COACH RENO YET SAID HE WILL CONTINUE WITH THE WILLIAMS' INNOVATION OF EARLY MORNING PRACTICES?

MADISON BILL

4:47 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, practices have been moved to the afternoon.

BTW Chris, a lot of the parents of rising juniors are on the west coast. We survive on Portal 31 tidbits, so anything you can throw our way is greatly appreciated.

1:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Chris, can you give us some words, even if there's no news. How go the practices? Who is looking, fast, or strong, or accurate? Anything further on recruits? Transfers? What about the Conways? And those good freshman prospects who missed last season?

7:19 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any viable candidates for the middle of the defensive line besides Dooley?

7:29 PM 

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