FOOTBALL WRAPS FIRST SCRIMMAGE
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ – Monmouth University's football team wrapped up its first intersquad scrimmage of training camp, going 80 plays in front of fans on Saturday. "You certainly want your guys having enough playing time on the field in game type conditions so the first and second units got the bulk of the work," said Monmouth Head Coach Kevin Callahan." Overall I am really pleased with way the day went." The offense took control early scoring on a trio of big plays but the defense adjusted later on, stopping a number of short yardage runs, recording a pair of sacks and an interception. Numbers Crunch
Kenji Bahar was 9-14 with two touchdowns and 166 yards through the air.
Backup QB Brandon Harris scored three times on the ground, including bursts of 68 and 35 yards down opposite sidelines. He finished with 223 yards through the air and 137 on the ground on six carries.
Brandon Batts compiled 93 yards receiving, including a 67-yard touchdown from Bahar.
Jake Powell caught a pair of passes in a two-minute drill, resulting in 60 yards.
Terrence Greene Jr. streaked down the right sideline for a 54-yard score, one of his three grabs totaling 96 yards.
Pete Guerriero, Justin Brown, Juwon Farri and Romeo Holden combined for 170 all-purpose yards.
Farri scored the first touchdown of the scrimmage, going in untouched from 26 yards out.
In the second half, Assante Kearney caught three balls for 51 yards including a 46 yarder up the seam.
Freshman tight end Justin Marcus caught four passes in the second session, good for 43 yards. Quentin Parham caught a touchdown, and Shawn O'Connor also ran one in.
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