Thursday, October 25, 2012

Dynamic Duo




The Bulldogs had both Mordecai Cargill and Tyler Varga on the field at running back together against Penn following a full week of practice for the first time since a season-opening win at Georgetown.
Cargill missed some time with injury and Varga missed the Dartmouth game as the NCAA investigated his transfer from Canada’s Western Ontario University.
Expect to see more of that going forward. 
Cargill, a senior, and Varga, a sophomore, are two of the most talented backs in the Ivy League. Varga ran for 96 yards on 26 carries and Cargill added 43 yards on seven carries against the Quakers.
"It’s a good part of our package," Reno said. "Those are two guys that can change the gam every time they touch the ball."
RENO’S THOUGHTS
Reno reflected on the Bulldogs first Ivy League win of the season. Here’s what he had to say...
"We finally put together 60 minutes of football. We’ve been putting together 45 and some good 30-minute pieces. Defense was able to get off the field on third down and in the red zone area. Those are two areas we’ve been inconsistent in. We moved the football. No matter who was in at quarterback, we were efficient. We didn’t turn the ball over and we were good in the red zone. When those things happen, you win football games and that’s what we did." 

With practice closed to media and Reno not saying much, it's hard to say who will start at QB against Columbia Saturday. Hopefully I will have some news following today's practice. Stay tuned...

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