One of the biggest questions surrounding the Racers this fall is who will replace quarterback Casey Brockman. At today’s Blue-Gold game, two made their case.
Both KD Humphries and Parks Frazier threw for over 230 yards, a touchdown and an interception, but it was Frazier going deeper, throwing for 259 yards on 16-26 passing. Humphries was 24-40 for 231 yards. But for head coach Chris Hatcher is was Humphries who impressed.
“My observation of the day,” Hatcher said, “KD probably had one of his better days that he’s had all of spring practice.”
Hatcher added that he’s still looking for more consistency from his quarterbacks.
“We’ve had some up moments with those guys and some down moments,” Hatcher said, “but today we were a little more consistent. We had been turning it over a little bit too much, especially with Parks and C.J.[Bennett], which we just can’t do, a lot of high balls. But again, that’s an area we don’t have very much experience in and it’s been really inconsistent play throughout the spring.”
Overall, Hatcher says he was pleased with the Racers effort this spring.
“We had a good day,” Hatcher said. “We played with energy and made plays on both sides of the ball. We had some good work with all the groups and everybody got into the game, so all in all, I was pleased.”