Spring Game 2016
Everything in Texas is bigger than anywhere else, including a prediction for football. The Dallas Cowboys are now five wins and one loss, largely due to their rookie run back Ezekiel Elliott (Ezekiel Elliott) and the rookie quarterback Dako - Prescott (Dak Prescott) performance .
Elliott is currently the number of the league with the red ball number of the first ball, red ball array of the second league. Dez Bryant, his teammate outside, said recently that he thought Elliott could finish the 2000 season record.
Bryant told reporters: "I think so, 2000 yards or more, this is my prediction."
The current six games, Elliott has completed 703 yards, the efficiency had only Eric - Dickerson (Eric Dickerson) completed, the Hall of Fame player in the 1983 rookie season completed 1808 yards of the red ball .
According to Elliot's current rhythm, 2000 yards may also be dangerous, but 1875 yards of data is possible.
"We made plays on both sides of the ball and I believe we got out of the game injury free," said Lamberson. "We also got some questions answered today, specifically at running back, quarterback and linebacker."
Junior kicker Brendan Wentling (Grand Island H.S.) had a busy day, making all five PAT's he attempted and going three of five goal tries. His good boots came from 28, 44 and 52 yards out with the last two converted with the wind at his back. 20224
Luke Quinn scored twice Saturday
In the air, third-year sophomore Stephen Worthing (Elkhorn South H.S.) was the busiest quarterback, finishing 11 of 21 for 129 yards and one INT. He had five completions over 10 yards and also had a long run of 11 yards.
Next, redshirt freshman Alex McGinnis (Crete) threw a 41-yard scoring strike to sophomore receiver Terry Grigsby (Omaha North H.S.) in the second half with freshman lefty John Masker (Kearney Catholic H.S.) hitting junior tight end Conner Beard (Hotchkiss, Colo.) for a 14-yard TD in the early going.
Finally on offense, redshirt freshman back Thomas Russell (Millard West H.S.) totaled 130 yards on 11 touches.
Defensively, senior linebacker Tyke Kozeal (Sargent) had a game-high 12 tackles. Three others registered nine, including redshirt freshman lineman Aaron Griffith (Kearney H.S.), with junior transfer Romeo Bryant (Inglewood, Calif.) ending with five tackles, two being sacks.
Finally, the interceptions were made by redshirt freshman linebacker DJ Curtis (St. Charles, MO.) and junior end Derek Rickart (Rayville, Mo.).
Redshirt freshman linebacker Sal Silvio (Kansas City) helped Rickart as he hit the QB, forcing the ball to float up into the air, while Curtis likely would've had a 65-yard "pick six" had this been a regulation game.