The Magi’s own mistakes cost them in Friday’s 33-28 loss to Wyoming Tri-Unity. The program is 2-2 this year after falling behind by 19 points at halftime and being unable to close the gap entirely over the next two quarters.
Ryan Napier is figuring things out as he goes, and he’s confident Colon can figure out how to manage games better moving forward.
Ryan Napier (6-foot-0, 165 pounds)
What needs to happen to limit silly mistakes such as offside penalties:
“To eliminate the mental mistakes that were made, it’s going to take dedication and a certain mindset. We know we can do it, and we will.”
How have you grown as a quarterback over the last month or so?
“I’ve learned over the last few weeks that the QB position is a hard position to play, but it has its rewards. Nothing is better than making a big play for your team. But there are definitely improvements that I can make. This week is an important week of practices.”
What does this team need to do to get to the playoffs?
“If we want to have the season that we expected, we have to stay focused and do what we were taught to do. Coach [Darrin] VandenBerg keeps us educated on what we need to do to win, and we just need to execute his game plan.”