August 20, 2007

Brodell sees progress on offense

With less than two weeks until the season opener, wide receiver Andy Brodell says the offense is on the right track, but knows there is still a lot of work to do before the Northern Illinois game. Brodell talks about the offense, how quarterback Jake Christensen is progressing, the competition at wide receiver, and what they need to improve on before the opener.

Q: How did you think camp has gone so far?

BRODELL: Very well. I think that we've taken the necessary steps to put us into a position to be able to win a game here in two weeks. Those two weeks are going to come quick, so we know we have a lot of work to do. As I think was evident today, we need to clean up some things, but I think we're on the right track and we're getting ready to go.

Q: Last time we spoke to you we talked about the receiving corps and everyone seemed very excited about this year. Thurs far through camp, is there still that same level of excitement?

BRODELL: Definitely. We've had really good practices, about as good as I've ever had in any camp that I've been here and been a part of. We all seem to be making plays and like I said two weeks ago, we all have the potential and we all have the ability, but it's production over potential. Whoever makes the most plays on a consistent level is going to play.


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