My rants and insight into Colgate athletics and Patriot League sports

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Incoming QB throws TD in Governor's Bowl

Anyone else catch this: story

Pitcher is one of several QBs that will be fighting for spots on the team this year. He's a local kid and everyone that speaks of him says he's a gamer.


  • 13, I saw and taped the game Tuesday night on MSG. It will be rebroadcast next Tuesday, I believe, at 1:30P.

    Pitcher #9 started and seemed to be a solid dual threat QB. Strong arm, good speed. The TD pass was a rain maker thrown short into the end zone under pressure, showed athleticism, if nothing else, just to get it off. The game suffers from the lack of practice time, and the QB play really shows it. NJ QBs played particularly poorly.

    Colgate had two other players. Colin Berry #78 started at left guard. He's listed at 6'6" 305, is not fat (in fact almost gives a tall and dare I say lean appearance) and is remarkably agile for his size. Most LM his size in the PL are "projects." Not this kid. I think you've got a winner here who will put on another 30lbs easy without detriment.

    Chris Rupert, 1st team AS class B DE, played several series at DE and can really run. They listed him at 6'3" 235, if that's accurate (CU listed him as 6'1 205) look out PL.

    My primary focus, of course, was Lafayette's Jerrell Robinson--the only other PL recruit in the game. I think he comes pretty much as advertised. Berry got the better of him on the last real play of the game. They'll be bangin' heads for years to come. If anyone saw the game or catches the replay I'd be interested in your thoughts. Andy

    By Anonymous Andy, at 8:41 PM  

  • Great comments Andy. Where do we send your scouting check? :)

    By Blogger colgate13, at 8:40 AM  

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