Hawley and Munday Hit the Field for First Scrimmage

Published 08/16 2014 08:07PM

Updated 08/16 2014 08:24PM

For the first time since the 2013 playoffs, the Bearcats and Moguls hit the field for their first scrimmage of the year on Friday.

One of the big holes Hawley needs to fill this year is at the quarterback spot. On Friday night the Bearcats had no problem moving the ball for the most part, and did most of their damage with big plays through the air.

First year head coach Mitch Ables said after the scrimmage that all three of his quarterbacks performed well against the Moguls.

"I feel good about them. We came out and played hard tonight, and that's all I ask them, to give their effort. It's always nice to hit a different color than your own guys in practice. It's always nice to scrimmage and see what happens," said Ables.

Munday had a different approach to the offense for the most part. Stringing plays together to come up with their drives later in the scrimmage. This year the Moguls return plenty of skill players, but need to replace much of their offensive line.

The Moguls also have a new defensive coordinator this year, and working in a relatively new defense is one of the things they were looking to accomplish in the scrimmage.

"What we want to do with a scrimmage is make sure we play hard, that we're in pretty good condition, don't get tired. Really we're just trying to figure out where our weaknesses are, and work on things we already know we're weak at. Try to execute those and get better," said head coach Patrick Corcoran.

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