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Monday, April 12, 2010

Spring Day 7 Reports, Update: Vid

Dave Reardon:
As you might expect, the big interview subject after UH football practice this morning was the absence of returning No. 1 quarterback Bryant Moniz, who is on indefinite leave from the team to clear up what coach Greg McMackin calls “personal business.”

McMackin reiterated that there is no timeline on when or even if Moniz would return to the team.

McMackin on who the No. 1 quarterback is now: “We haven’t made any decisions yet. Shane (Austin) just happens to be the first to go in some of our drills.”
Stephen Tsai:
While Bryant Moniz remains on personal leave, the quarterback order, according to Nick Rolovich, was this: 1) Shane Austin. 2) David Graves. 3) Brent Rausch. 4) Cayman Shutter. 5) Corey Nielsen. Things could change Wednesday, but expect Austin to remain at No. 1.
Jason Kaneshiro:
The defense strung together several dazzling plays during 7-on-7s. Parker Paredes, now a linebacker, intercepted a pass and cornerback Kawika Ornellas followed with a leaping break-up of a deep pass. Cornerback Steve Stepter and safety Richard Torres also got their hands on the next two passes. Greg Salas later got one back for the offense with a leaping snag between defenders on a deep route.



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