In the ASU game, Williams caught touchdown passes on the Ducks' first two possessions, and had seven receptions for 100 yards in the first 12 minutes. "The thing about Jaison is he's still getting better," coach Mike Bellotti said. "He's a physical receiver. He can make the catch, he can go deep, he can turn a 5-yard hitch into a 50-yard gain." Williams, who began the season in a backup role behind Garren Strong, has posted 100 yards receiving in three straight games. He is the first
Manley steps up
With injuries on the defensive line, end Dexter Manley II figures to receive more playing time. He had three sacks in the ASU game. "That's what I do. I can give you those," said Manley, a junior college transfer from
Manley has excellent bloodlines. His dad was a former all-pro defensive lineman for the Washington Redskins. "I watched a little film on what he did and what he tells me," Manley said. "(But) it's more my athleticism and strength. I'm a big guy, fast. There's really nothing to it."
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