One More Thing About Scrimmage

One more thing on the scrimmage.

Some unofficial pass-completion stats:

JT Daniels: 14-23

Jack Sears: 10-12

Matt Fink: 10-10

Kevon Slovis: 7-17

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18 thoughts on “One More Thing About Scrimmage

  1. Unofficial QB stats along with unofficial QB names. The Clay Helton of Journalism can’t even go 4-4 on copying down correct names.

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  2. What Scott left out is he had 125 yards rushing and another 140 receiving. He also had 26 tackles and went 4-5 with two doubles and a homer, 6 runs batted in.

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    1. According to 24/7
      JT 22/30 242 yds. (192)* 5 TDs (4)*
      Sears 20/22 159 yds 2 TDs
      Fink. 10/10. 167 yds. 3 TDs
      * depends if one play was a sack or not…

      Always leave it to a guy who wasn’t there, with an agenda to come up with his own set of numbers. Clearly leaving out the TDs purposely. Funny thing is scottie started off the day saying how Sears needed more time to prove himself, “what’s the rush?” scottie wanted to know..now with the fake stats. SMDH.

      Check around the 1 minute mark for the stats from 24/7 who had a crew there AT the scrimmage not waiting in a bar getting pissed because they were banished…

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      1. Phunnie dude…you revert to name calling when the facts go against you…
        Oooh, a troll calling me names, how will I ever survive.

        Hahahahaha

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      2. J.T. (5 – 7) Daniels = # La-Hoo-Za-Her

        2019 Trojan practices – 7 Interceptions

        3 For Pick 6’s against depleted Trojan secondary made up of 2 potential starters and the rest bench players

        Flashback 2018

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  3. how about rushing yds gained by q/b,or escapes so no yds lost, that is the type of q/b NEEDED for this team…passing will require being on the move if they are to win

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  4. Meanwhile every reputable journalist that covers the program is reporting that JT is leaps and bounds better than his competitors this summer. But that wouldn’t fit Wolfie’s agenda and might upset his biggest butt-buddy Tebow_Obama, so instead we get vague innuendos and isolated stats with no analysis. Nice work Wolf. Can’t wait to hear what your anonymous “sources” have to say.

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  5. A fine example of the Trojan RB’s having to save J.T. Daniels ass…

    Reign of Troy

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    USC football completed their first scrimmage of Fall Camp on Saturday, adding more questions to the quarterback battle than answering them.

    MORE: Ranking USC’s Opponents

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    Preparations for USC football’s 2019 season ramped up on Saturday as the Trojans held their first Fall Camp scrimmage.

    What did we learn about the quarterback battle?

    Here’s a look at each drive for each quarterback and how they fared on Saturday:

    JT Daniels

    Daniels saw the most action, which may or may not be a sign of where he stands in the quarterback battle as the incumbent starter.

    He didn’t blow anyone out of the water on Saturday, but his performance was solid. The offense moved with more urgency than it had in Spring Camp, which was arguably the biggest concern over Daniels earlier this year.

    In that sense, Scrimmage 1 was an improvement and moved him one step closer to officially reclaiming his starting job.

    Drive 1 (1st team):Daniels went 2-of-4, moving the offense with tempo but ultimately stalling twice. He completed a pass to Tyler Vaughns on the outside before rolling out and missing Devon Williams on an inaccurate short throw. On third down, a quick slant to Vaughns was inexplicably dropped by the receiver. Reset with a new set of downs, Daniels handed off to Stephen Carr, who was stopped quickly by Ralen Goforth. A quick out to Tyler Vaughns was also stopped by Goforth. On third down, a handoff to Carr yielded a nice chunk, but a shoestring tackle from Chase Williams stopped the offense short.Drive 2 (Combo 1st and 2nd team)Daniels went 1-of-2, with his first pass was intercepted by Greg Johnson on a quick slant, but there was a flag on the play. A low pass to Josh Falo was dropped, then the quarterback was forced to quickly scramble out of the pocket and was shepherded out of bounds by Palaie Gaotoete. The offense was moving backwards again when a hold was called on a Markese Stepp run, but Daniels made sure that didn’t matter, despite pressure from Johnson on a blitz, by launching a long pass over the top for Amon-Ra St. Brown, who had Chase Williams beat for the touchdown.Drive 3 (3rd team):Daniels went 3-of-4, completing quick passes to walk on receivers Zach Wilson, Chase Locke and Jack Webster. Safety Brandon Perdue, cornerback Dominic Davis and Jayden Williams had the stops. Caleb Tremblay dropped running back Chris Edmondson for a loss, then linebacker Bryce Matthews batted down the quarterback’s pass at the line before a shovel pass to Markese Stepp went nowhere thanks to Jordan McMillan to end the drive.Drive 4 (1st team, red zone)Daniels went 4-of-5 leading a successful scoring drive. Two Stephen Carr runs were stopped well by Palaie Gaoteote and Ralen Goforth before the offense really got moving. Daniels hit Tyler Vaughns on the outside and Devon Williams in the flat, with an alert stop from cornerback Chris Steele. On third and short, Carr took the handoff and gain just enough yardage up the middle. Gaoteote impressively broke up an inside throw to Erik Krommenhoek before Daniels went back to the tight end on the outside. On third down, the quarterback hit Amon-Ra St. Brown underneath and he sped away from Chase Williams, diving into the endzone for the score.Drive 5 (2nd team)Daniels went 1-of-3 on his first take, but completed a long scoring drive going 2-of-2 on the reset. His first pass was batted at the line by Connor Murphy, then he hit Markese Stepp for a short completion, which was stopped by Juliano Falaniko and Adonis Otey. His third down pass intended for Zach Wilson on the outside went incomplete. Set up with a new set of downs, He twice handed off to Stepp for chunk gains to move the chains. Another handoff was stopped by Elijah Winston before the quarterback hit Velus Jones on the outside. On third-and-short, Stepp was stopped short of the first down, but a fourth down attempt kept the drive alive. At the goal line, Daniels took advantage of a mismatch on the outside, lofting a fade into the corner for Devon Williams, who made the easy catch over Dorian Hewett.Drive 6 (1st team, two-minute drill)Daniels went 5-of-8, with one ball thrown away and another batted down at the line. He used quick passing to Michael Pittman and Stephen Carr to keep the offense ticking over, but the drive seemed to come to nothing.

    And this clown J.T. Daniels has a full year of starting under his belt, still hasn’t won the starting QB job outright.

    How embarrassing!

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