For the final two-a-day practice of fall camp Cody Kessler and Max Wittek had limited throws in the morning session before getting back to business Sunday evening in the Coliseum.
Quarterback Analysis by Ryan Abraham:
With only a handful of passes in the morning practice, the quarterbacks got their shot to impress Lane Kiffin Sunday night in the Coliseum.
The evening practice started with a brief period where Max Wittek had four throws with the first team and Cody Kessler had three throws with the second team.
But once that period ended Kessler took all of the remaining reps with the first team and Wittek took the second team reps. During that span, Kessler had about double the number of attempts Wittek had. Part of the reason for that was a long, sustained drive Kessler orchestrated that began inside the five.
No major changes to the overall QBR numbers, with Kessler padding his lead over Wittek just slightly.
No interceptions and only one touchdown (Kessler in the morning) on Sunday.
Wittek and Kessler were each sacked once and each QB had a pass dropped. Kessler had what looked like could have been a pick-6 dropped by Devian Shelton.
Overall Wittek has 17 touchdowns and 11 interceptions while Kessler has 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
The average offense Wittek plays with is 1.53 and the average offense Kessler plays with is 1.40. Note: 1.0 would be always with the 1st string offense and 2.0 would be always with the 2nd string offense.
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