first_imgQuarterback Kaleb Nobles completed 6-of-8 passes for 77 yards and threw three touchdowns. At the end of the scrimmage, UWF head coach Pete Shinnick commented on how consistent the graduate transfer from Valdosta State had been through camp. “I’m pleased with Kaleb tonight and he stepped up and found a good rhythm so that was nice to see,” Shinnick said. “If we started today, Kaleb would be the guy and the last couple days that has played itself out. He started 12 games over his career and he’s got that experience and brings a nice calm to the offense.”Redshirt freshman Grey Jackson split time with the first and second team offense Thursday, completing six passes for 39 yards and a touchdown.”Grey is going to play (at Ave Maria),” Shinnick added. “He’s going to play in the first game and we expect hime to continue to grow and continue to develop.”For the blue team, sophomore Kalu Onumah had a very strong performance, leading his unit to a long drive that he capped with a 1-yard rush for a score. He was 7-for-11 for 113 yards through the air and 27 yards on the ground.The squad will take a recovery day on Friday to regain their legs before opening preparation for Ave Maria on Monday afternoon. PENSACOLA, Fla. – The UWF football team conducted a 74-play scrimmage as part of its inaugural Fan Day in front of more than 1,400 fans at the University Park Turf Field Thursday night.The students, boosters, friends and players’ family members in attendance were treated to a number of strong offensive performances as the team was split into a blue team and white team, as opposed to the offense and defense from last week’s exercise.center_img  Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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