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Colorado Mesa wide receiver Marcus Hines runs for some extra yardage Thursday night after making a catch in the Mavs’ scrimmage at Stocker Stadium. The offense struggled to make plays against the defense.

Defense first

Defenders outperform offensive teammates?in Mavs’ 2nd scrimmage

There is still plenty of work to be done in the next two weeks.
“We’ve got a little work to do, but we’ve got a couple of weeks to get it done,” Colorado Mesa football coach Russ Martin said after the Mavericks’ defense won the evening Thursday in the second of three major scrimmages before the Aug. 31 season opener against Western State.
“We need to be good on both sides of things. The first scrimmage there were a lot of good things on both sides and both competed really well. The other day we went live in practice in a couple of situations and the offense pretty much dominated.”


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