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On lower campus road this morning, the Rainbow Warrior football team held its first scrimmage of training camp.
In the nearly a 2-hour, 100-play, full-contact showdown, the defense dominated in the open-field while the offense was given the edge in the red-zone.
But according to head coach Norm Chow, an overall underwhelming performance for his Bows.
For the first-time this camp, senior receiver Billy Ray Stutzmann stepped foot on Cooke Field. Stutzmann is still recovering from a concussion suffered in a single-car accident 2-weeks ago. Stutzmann says he’s still a few days away from physical activity.
The Bows will get the day off tomorrow before returning to practice on Monday.