“The quarterbacks stood in there,” Mullen said. “They’re throwing the ball better this year. Tyler stood in there, was getting hit a whole bunch, but continued to throw the ball well.”
Working with the first team offense and mostly against the first team defense, Relf was 7-for-11 for 33 yards. He also had a 62-yard rushing touchdown.
With the second-teamers, Russell was 12-for-17 for 156 yards and two passing touchdowns.