To say Colorado St. Rams head coach Steve Fairchild was not happy with the teams offense today would be an understatement. He called it one of the worst showings in his tenure at Colorado State:
''To me, that's as bad an offensive practice as we've had in four years,'' fourth-year coach Steve Fairchild said after this morning's session at Hughes Stadium. ''They couldn't line up right, they couldn't stay in their stance. There were probably 25 offsides penalties. We didn't catch the ball, we didn't throw the ball. We didn't do a thing right offensively today.''
Not good when spring practice is almost halfway over.
Other issues with the offense were that the offensive players were lining up in the wrong spots, multiple offside penalties, the offensive line was allowing pressure all day and the quarterbacks were missing their targets.
The best defensive player in Saturday's scrimmage was junior defensive end Broderick Sargent who had five tackles, two for a loss and a sack.
It is only spring, but it seems that the Ram offense has a long way to go.
Follow Mountain West Connection via Twitter and Facebook for News Quick Hits and Random Nonsense.