By Bob Rodman
First, he had to overcome
In August and for the second fall camp in a row, Longshore outdueled Ayoob for the starting job. But in the season-opener at
"He sees the field better, he's throwing the ball on time, he's extremely accurate with the football and he's putting the ball in places where people can catch it," Tedford said. "Last year, we were expecting the same thing. Unfortunately, he got hurt, but he's always showed promise and a lot of potential."
"We have so many athletes," he said, "but we're not out there trying to score a touchdown on every play. We just go after whatever the defense gives us." Lavelle Hawkins, a wide receiver for the Bears with 15 catches for 229 yards and a touchdown, said Longshore "puts the ball where you can make a play. "He told me that as long as he plays well, this team will be just fine." The Beavers are well aware.
"Obviously, we have to try and get pressure on him,"