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Allen Lessels' College Football: QBs shine in final scrimmage
Vailas completed nine of his 11 passes for 164 yards and had a 72-yard TD pass to R.J. Harris. He also ran for a 32-yard score.
Goldrich completed 15 of his 16 passes for 135 yards.
In his four series, Vailas produced the passing touchdown, the running touchdown, a missed field goal and gave up the ball on downs.
Goldrich led his unit to two field goals, a 6-yard Chris Setian rushing score and a long missed field goal.
“It’s coming down to the wire, same thing as last year, back again this year,” Harris said. “We still don’t know who’s going to get the job. We’ve got to wait. We’re comfortable with either one. The offense was clicking with either Sean or Andy out there. Either way, I think we’ll be successful.”
“We were a little bit better on the defensive side than we were in the first scrimmage,” he said. “I thought we ran to the ball better and I thought we tackled better in open space. It was good to have (Nick) Cefalo back there and it was good to have (Hayden) Knudson back there. Both those guys missed the first scrimmage and they’re both a valuable part of what we’re doing.Ryan Lynch, a junior safety from Atkinson and Timberlane of Plaistow, intercepted an Adam Riese pass for the only turnover of the scrimmage.
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