Huskie Camp Day 2: More Sights And Sounds

Day two of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies spring camp was equally as impressive as day one.
The team once again maintained focus despite a lot of mental work that was done in meeting rooms prior to hitting the turf.

The offense continued to work on situational offense and well as the no-huddle offense.
Defensively the group in green worked on run defence and a lot of time and effort was put into individual drills for the secondary. The work with the DB’s should come as no surprise as they clearly have the largest group of players and new players at any position.

PLAY OF THE DAY: There were a number of candidates for this unofficial honor; A one handed catch by Mitch Hillis had the 100 or so observers buzzing. Defensively a couple of individual rushes by Logan Lazurko and Mitchell Lyons received praise from the coaches. However, a 34 yard-pass-and-run play by Julian Lynch was most impressive. He was able to use his size to gain separation at the line and then turned on the jets to speed away from the defence and coast into the endzone much to the delight of his team mates.







THEY SAID IT! Running Back Tyler Chow is looking to build upon a solid freshman season, a year that he lead the team in all-purpose yards. AND Scott Flory is excited about what he has seen from the offence so far. You can hear the entire conversations here.