NotesAfter viewing film of last week’s scrimmage, Baldwin said that mistakes – on both sides of the ball – occurred because one of two players “weren’t on the same page” as their teammates. “More than anything, we want to make corrections from the scrimmage, the way we made corrections last week from the previous week’s scrimmage,” said Baldwin, adding that “We’re a long way away from where we want to be fundamentally.” … Baldwin drew an example from the three interceptions thrown by quarterback Vernon Adams on Saturday. The first resulted from a scramble drill in which Adams and receiver Kendrick Bourne “weren’t on the same page,” while corner Victor Gamboa made a “great play on the ball.” On the second pick, a screen that was destroyed when nose tackle Matthew Sommer slid over from the middle of the line and snagged Adams’ pass, was a play in which “any QB could have ended up throwing that pick,” Baldwin said. The last interception came on a deep throw that safety Zach Bruce read perfectly, moving across the field and preventing a score. In two scrimmages, Adams, is 27 for 38 for 209 yards, five TDs and three interceptions. Backup Jordan West is 13 for 24 for 253 yards and three TDs.
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