On Saturday morning in Flagstaff, an estimated 14,500 fans showed up to get team autographs and watch the annual red and White practice. What they saw was a lot of defensive domination. Only one touchdown was scored in the scrimmage, which cam on the final play, when Kevin Kolb hit Rob Housler.
Neither Kevin Kolb nor Skelton stood out as looking very good. Kolb looked better overall, but also threw two interceptions. He was 9/16 for 91 yards. Skelton was only 2/10 for 25 yards. He did not throw the ball well. He was frequently off target -- usually overthrowing his guys down the field.
Ryan Williams had the highlight of the scrimmage with a 44-yard scamper. However, in seven other carries, he only picked up another 17 yards.
Rookie receiver Michael Floyd made a couple of catches.
The offensive line gave up some pressure to the defensive line.
Jay Feely hit all three field goals he attempted. The longest attempt was 43 yards.