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VIDEO: Vandals third scrimmage, April 20

Here's a video from Monday's scrimmage of Paul Petrino, Matt Linehan and Quinton Bradley (with Linehan doing the creep at the very end). Read on past the jump for some quick notes as well.


Some quick notes from the scrimmage as well:
- Broc Westlake, Russell Siavii, Chris Edwards, Kato Fawkes and Jeff Travillion were the notable players not participating. Edwards was suited up and went through pre-scrimmage practice drills but did not participate in the live tackling portion. 
- Kaden Elliss filled in for Edwards once again, Hawkins got run with the second team at outside linebacker. Ed Hall filled in for Westlake in the middle, garnering a team-high 13 tackles. 
- Jordan Rose lightly participated in the scrimmage, Patrick Johnson continued to fill in for him most of the time at strong guard with the first-team offensive line. 
- The second-team offensive line had Colton Trasher and Austin Phillips at guard, Devin Wintz at strong tackle, Andrew Erbes at center and Mason Woods alternating with Calvin White at quick tackle. 
- The defensive line ran a heavy rotation with the first-team defense. Kevin Shelton ran with the ones at BUCK the most, with Kaylyn Ayers, Glen Antoine, Kevin White and Zach Cable all seeing heavy time spelling the starting four. 
- The cornerback spot saw Dorian Clark, Jayshawn Jordan, Kendrick Trotter and Isaiah Taylor all get time with the ones. Clark ran back an 83-yard interception return touchdown that bounced off the hands of a wide receiver. Taylor also nabbed a pick six by fighting freshman wide receiver Michael Garner off the ball. 
- Elijhaa Penny left the scrimmage after one carry, although Petrino expects him to be just fine for the Friday night, 6 p.m. Spring Game. Petrino expects Siavii to be back as well and is hopeful for Westlake's return. 


Sean Kramer
Sean Kramer is a freelance correspondent who covers the University of Idaho football team and men's basketball team.

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