Post Game Comments from the Grid-Iron

It’s Spring Football  scrimmage day on the grid iron at Commonwealth. Here are the post game interviews featuring Coach Phillips, Mike Hartline, Morgan Newton and Ryan Mossakowski.

Coach Joker Phillips discusses | The Defenses body language | The QB race – Hartline in the lead | Wide receiver core and his pleasure with the plays they made | The backfield | Special teams | Defensive backs and their role |

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QB Mike Hartline discusses | The talent around him | Taking charge and being the Leader | His experience and the confidence from it | Relationship with Newton and Mossakowski | The tight end position now versus last two years | The speed of the game |

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QB Morgan Newton discusses | QB competition and the self applied pressure | Bringing experience into Spring practice | Consistency of his play | On-going work of the receiver corp |

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QB Ryan Mossakowski discusses | The shoulder | QB competition and what he has to do to excel | Real game speed versus practice |

Thanks to Aarons UK Football Blog for the quick post and to UK Athletics for the video…

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