April 2, 2015
By Benton Smith
The Kansas football team's wide receivers work against the secondary at the Jayhawks' fifth spring practice.
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I was asking last year if the QBs were throwing to receivers who were defensed in practice. Its good to see! Yes, QBs should practice throwing to undefended targets to become familiar with routes and timing of passes, but when the receiver is defensed it forces him to put passes right on the money. His accuracy will get tighter the more he passes this way in practice.
Couldn't agree more. Hopefully we can hit WRs in stride on crossing routes this year. The occasional deep ball would be a nice added bonus.
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