Demarcus Lawrence—working out primarily as an OLB—drew the gaze of a number of scouts at yesterday's BSU pro day. Lawrence shaved .15 seconds off his combine forty time (4.8 down to 4.65) and ran the 60-yard shuttle, which he skipped in Indianapolis. At least one head coach was in attendance to watch Lawrence (and others) do work, the Colts' head-man Chuck Pagano (Colts owner Jim Irsay was otherwise occupied).
The JC-transfer running back notched his second straight Offensive Player of the Day honor after yesterday's practice. Positive gains (again, no pun intended) for the redshirt senior who didn't really look like a major factor in the race to replace Aaron Baltazar as Jay Ajayi's primary back-up. RB Coach Kent Riddle praised him thusly:
"He showed some nice explosiveness and power on Sunday night, and caught the ball well out of the backfield for a couple of scores."
Running backs catching passes out of the "back field" was it? This concept is foreign to me.
Boise State inquiring about Bama O-lineman
According to this gentleman, anyway
Hearing coaches from Boise State and Miami (OH) have put out a feeler on OL Chad Lindsay, who surprisingly left the Tide this spring— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerCBS) March 18, 2014
Lindsay started 4 games at center for the Tide last season and since he already has his degree, would be eligible to play immediately if the Broncos were indeed interested in the services of the 6'2" 302 lb. O-lineman (for one year, anyway).
Oh, did we not post this yet?!
The Bronco ladies open the tourney Thursday against Grand Canyon. The school, not the place (I think)
Dylan Sumner-Gardner's transition to Boise State has been tough
My Roomate Got This Stench Dat Hit Me Everytime I Walk In 😷😒— Rambo Rook (@_KingDSG) March 18, 2014