Mark it on your calendars, 8/16/12, Josh Stanford's first dropped ball of camp.
Here's more good news about Coles.
For the third straight practice, receiver D.J. Coles wore a sleeve instead of a knee brace, and on Thursday, Coles participated in every period except for the final period, which was a team period in which the offense goes against the defense (full tackle to the ground). The coaches held him out of that as a precaution, but Coles is moving better and better with each practice.
I think he's going to be ready to play against Georgia Tech.
Charlie Wiles has nice things to say about the Million Dollar Man Corey Marshall.
"He's looked very explosive. So strong," Wiles said. "I just love the way he practices. I love how hard he practices. It's important to him."
At 267 he's a load playing d-end, but that might be too small to be an every down tackle. However, if Foster needs a player inside to attack gaps against the run, or rush the passer, a bigger Marshall will make defenses pay the price.
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