<b>TWO WEEKS INTO the 2005 spring session, some answers are beginning to emerge. Other questions…
SPRING BALL DAY FIVE: Position battles are joined
The Cougar secondary is slowly beginning to take shape despite the absence of safety Michael Willis, still waiting for the green light from the SAT board and the NCAA. Omowale Dada (5-11, 195) looks to be leading in the battle for left cornerback if playing time is any indication. Dada, who goes by "Wally" for short, rapidly ascended the depth chart last year and is making a charge to earn even more PT. The Chicago native is seeing the majority of first team reps this spring while Tyron Brackenridge (5-11, 180, Sr.) and Ian Bell (5-10, 185, Fr.). are among those also getting their turns. At the other corner, Alex Teems (5-11, 176, Sr.) looked strong on Tuesday with a pass break-up and interception during live scrimmage. In the back 40, running with the 1's are Eric Frampton (5-11, 195, Jr.) at strong safety, Husain Abdullah (6-0, 188, So.) holding down the free safety spot. During drills on Tuesday, Frampton was a shadow the receivers couldn't shake, breaking up a certain...
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