August 8, 2007
Offense shines on day two
The second day of practice by all accounts was a good day for the offense, particularly for Bruin quarterback Ben Olson. He was really threading the needle. If he continues to have practices like he had today and continues to grow then many of this season's questions will be answered.
It is important not to get too elevated about any practice this early in the game, but it was good to see Olson hitting his receivers on time and on the money.
One thing that is very notable is the ball not hitting the ground a lot. Last season seeing so many footballs hit the floor was somewhat a cause for concern.
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