Rolandis Woodland had a nice touchdown reception Thursday.
April 8, 2010
Columbia, Mo. -
The Mizzou Football team continued preparations for the April 17th Black & Gold Game with a practice Thursday afternoon on sun-drenched Faurot Field, and held a short scrimmage toward the end of practice. As they did on Tuesday, the offense won the scrimmaging, giving them two consecutive wins, giving them the black jerseys as a prize.
The offense scored a pair of touchdowns, with the first coming on a 10-yard run around left end from senior TB Derrick Washington, and that was followed by a 24-yard touchdown pass from junior QB Blaine Gabbert to sophomore WR Rolandis Woodland, who made a nice adjustment on a nicely-thrown fade pass in the right corner of the endzone to make the grab in front of the defender.
Senior FS Jasper Simmons had a big day for the Tiger defense, as he started off with a vicious hit over the middle on sophomore WR T.J. Moe to break up a pass. On the next series, he made a nice break on an out route by the sideline and wrestled the ball away from a receiver to grab an interception. Junior LB Tyler Crane also had an interception later in the scrimmage, and he returned it some 20 yards before being stopped.
Here's a look at the stats from Thursday's outing. The Tigers return to the practice field Friday afternoon, and will hold a major scrimmage Saturday morning.
· Derrick Washington 10-yard run
· Rolandis Woodland 24-yard pass from Blaine Gabbert
· Grant Ressel – 1-of-2 (Made: 39; Missed: 30)
· Trey Barrow – 2-of-2 (Made: 30, 39)
· Pat Smith – 1-of-2 (Made 30; Missed: 39)
· Blaine Gabbert – 11-of-15, 72 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
· Jimmy Costello – 5-of-8, 28 yards
· James Franklin – 3-of-7, 31 yards
· Ashton Glaser – 3-of-5, 39 yards, 1 INT
· Tyler Gabbert – 4-of-7, 51 yards
· Derrick Washington – 3-27, 1 TD
· Ashton Glaser – 3-18
· Kendial Lawrence – 3-15
· De’Vion Moore – 2-5
· James Franklin – 1-5
· Jared Culver – 2-4
· Tyler Gabbert – 1-2
· Jerrell Jackson – 1-0
· T.J. Moe – 5-31
· Eric Waters – 3-37
· Rolandis Woodland – 3-34, 1 TD
· Michael Egnew – 3-26
· Kerwin Stricker – 2-32
· Beau Brinkley – 2-17
· Wes Kemp – 1-9
· Terry Dennis – 1-9
· Kendial Lawrence – 1-9
· Jared Culver – 1-9
· Jerrell Jackson – 1-7
· Gahn McGaffie – 1-4
· Alex Sanders – 1-4
· De’Vion Moore – 1-3
Passes Broken Up
Tackles For Loss
· 1 – Michael Sam
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