(SID) – Transfer quarterback Rhett Bomar completed 14 of 15 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns and running backs Tymagic Robinson and Olufemi Ogundare each had long scoring runs to highlight an hour and 15 minute scrimmage, the first game condition work for Sam Houston State University during the Bearkats 2007 spring football drills.
Bomar threw touchdown passes of 48 yards to junior wide receiver Justin Wells, 45 yards to senior tight end Blake Martin, and 41 yards to Ogundare, a transfer from Eastern Michigan University.
Ogundare also scored on a 41-yard touchdown run. Robinson, a redshirt freshman, had touchdown runs of 29 and two yards.
“We’ve got a lot of young guys playing hard right now. I was pleased with today’s first scrimmage,” SHSU head coach Todd Whitten. “Chris Brown, a transfer from the University of Texas, has been very impressive at defensive end and we have a lot of young players in the secondary who are coming on.”
Sam Houston State spring training will conclude Saturday, April 21, with the annual Orange-White spring training game.