Quarterback duel continues in latest Griz scrimmage
Quarterbacks Gresch Jensen and Dalton Sneed each had their moments Friday as the Montana Grizzlies offense righted itself in a frigid second spring scrimmage at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.
Friday, Sneed took the first snaps of the scrimmage, and scored the first touchdown a couple of drives in. But Jensen led the longest drive of the afternoon, an 11-play, 65-yard march that ended with a nine-yard Rey Green touchdown run.
Jensen finished 17-of-32 passing for 129 yards and four touchdowns, while Sneed was inconsistent, ending up 8-of-23 for 123 yards and three scores. They each also rushed for a touchdown.
“We completed some passes, made some good decisions, and I thought the ball was thrown on time, for the most part,” said head coach Bobby Hauck. “I would say they’re making progress. Both of them looked sharper than they did in our last major scrimmage.”
The Grizzlies are set to play their annual Spring Game this coming Saturday.