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Final Pre-Season Scrimmage

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Albany, N.Y. – The University at Albany football team conducted its final intrasquad scrimmage of the preseason on Thursday, Aug. 24 on the Western Avenue practice fields. Head coach Bob Ford is preparing a squad that was picked with Central Connecticut State as the favorites to win this year's Northeast Conference championship.


"We learned today that we still have a ways to go on offense," offered Ford, who ran a brisk two-hour afternoon workout. "I was very impressed with our defense, especially when you consider we rested four starters. We were able to look at several combinations on the offensive line and our tailbacks ran the ball well. I am still looking for consistent production from our wide receivers."


Highlights from the scrimmage include quarterback Daniel Bocanegra's 30-yard touchdown pass to flanker Mike Wall and reserve cornerback C.J. Ross' 52-yard fumble return for another score. Placekicker Jason Fralicker booted a 43-yard goal on the opening offensive series.(emphasis added)

The Great Danes, who have 17 starters returning from a team that won five of its last six games one year ago, begin their season against Patriot League member Lehigh in Bethlehem, Pa. on Saturday, Sept. 2."



We haven't had a kicker that could hit a 40+ yarder in some time. I like it!

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