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I've found pimping to be easier than one might expect
'We have so many rb's nobody is really going to be the "starter." Two or three of them will get serious PT this year.'
When in doubt, punt.
"Miller made a nice play during 7-on-7s when he rolled out and completed a pass to Williams. (Hey, chalk up another one for T.Y.!) One thing that really stands out about Miller compared to Bauserman is that Miller doesn't lose accuracy when throwing on the run. He has the ability to throw well rolling to his right and left. That is one thing that Wayne coach Jay Minton always said about Miller -- he's very good throwing on the run. Coach Minton was spot on with that assessment."
I remember watching highlight videos of Braxton, and on one play he rolled out fast to the left under pursuit and, without breaking stride, pivoted at the waist and threw a laserbeam about 30 yards downfield. The ball was a little high but otherwise right on target and all the receiver had to do was reach up and snag it while running full speed. The guy has a strong arm and can make the throws on the run. When he gets in game situations he is going to be tough to defend until he gets across the line of scrimmage.
While it unfortunately is going to keep us in a quarterback competition, it is nice to know that Bauserman is showing that he's got the stuff to be on the field. Since Braxton has been prone to small injuries it may be a real blessing.
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