Jenkins eyes a ray of hope

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Jenkins eyes a ray of hope

It’s not all thunderstorms with the 3rd-ranked ThunderWolves in town
Fort Lewis’ offensive line helped pave the way for 453 yards of total offense in the Skyhawks’ 42-34 loss to Western New Mexico last week. That Skyhawks’ unit will be tested again by No. 3 CSU-Pueblo this week.
Fort Lewis College quarterback Tim Jenkins is a signal caller in more ways than one, and he’ll be leaned on heavily this week at home against the third-ranked CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves. “I let him call a lot of stuff on the field. It’s not like he’s just shooting from his hip,” head coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval said.
Offensive assistant Brad Wilson and the Fort Lewis College coaching staff hope to have the right game plan to upset No. 3 CSU-Pueblo on Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field. The ThunderWolves forced seven turnovers and shut out Adams State last week.
Fort Lewis College head coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval is aware of the challenges presented by No. 3 CSU-Pueblo this week. “This is not by any stretch of the imagination an easy week for us on offense,” he said. “We’ve got a bigger challenge this week than we had last week, and it’s just going to keep getting harder.”
Jordan Benton was one of nine different Fort Lewis College players to catch a pass last week, hauling in three from veteran quarterback Tim Jenkins for 82 yards in a loss at Western New Mexico.

Jenkins eyes a ray of hope

Fort Lewis’ offensive line helped pave the way for 453 yards of total offense in the Skyhawks’ 42-34 loss to Western New Mexico last week. That Skyhawks’ unit will be tested again by No. 3 CSU-Pueblo this week.
Fort Lewis College quarterback Tim Jenkins is a signal caller in more ways than one, and he’ll be leaned on heavily this week at home against the third-ranked CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves. “I let him call a lot of stuff on the field. It’s not like he’s just shooting from his hip,” head coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval said.
Offensive assistant Brad Wilson and the Fort Lewis College coaching staff hope to have the right game plan to upset No. 3 CSU-Pueblo on Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field. The ThunderWolves forced seven turnovers and shut out Adams State last week.
Fort Lewis College head coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval is aware of the challenges presented by No. 3 CSU-Pueblo this week. “This is not by any stretch of the imagination an easy week for us on offense,” he said. “We’ve got a bigger challenge this week than we had last week, and it’s just going to keep getting harder.”
Jordan Benton was one of nine different Fort Lewis College players to catch a pass last week, hauling in three from veteran quarterback Tim Jenkins for 82 yards in a loss at Western New Mexico.
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