Crable shines in QB competition as USF holds spring game

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Getting to Daytona may be a little tough this year. 

Coming off back-to-back NAIA National Championships, St. Francis held their spring game on Saturday. The Cougars will have to replace Player of the Year and quarterback Nick Ferrer.

Matt Crable looked sharp under center on Saturday despite only being at the school since January. If that name sounds familiar it’s because he is the son of former Notre Dame linebacker Bob Crable. He was named All-American for the Irish in 1980-81.

The quarterback battle is far from over though. Along with Crable, Danny Naylor, Clay Senerius and Jakob Coker all split reps on Saturday. 

The defense was dominating – and that’s a word head coach Kevin Donley used following the intrasquad scrimmage. They recorded five interceptions. 

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