Breaking down the Bulldogs’ offense

Published: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 06:02 PM.

Hatten said the spring jamboree against Escambia High School and Navarre was a learning tool.

"That was our first time against high school defenses in this area to see what they are running and the adjustments that they will make," he said. "You've got to learn a lot as coaches and players. You have to look at the way they try to defend different formations."

Hatten said most of the Bulldog completions in the jamboree came on short passes, and he hopes to throw it downfield more in the fall.

Here's a breakdown of the offensive positions and some of the players expected to man the positions.


Khalil Foster — who emerged from spring practice as the first string quarterback — is the guy to beat heading into the fall.

"He did a good job for us," Hatten said. "You figure you've got a kid that has never started for you at quarterback and the first game he went 28-for-37 for 300 yards, no picks (interceptions), no turnovers and that's a plus.

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