Hill said that he spent a lot of time during the offseason with his stable of receivers, including Cody Hoffman, JD Falslev and Mitch Mathews.
“My timing with the receivers is the best that it’s ever been,” Hill said. “Cody wasn’t there during (spring drills), but we had a lot of time during the offseason to work together. Our timing is there. The drive at the end of (the team session) showed that.”
With just weeks to go before the Cougars open the 2013 season at Virginia, Hill said there is a sense of urgency to learn how to execute Anae’s high-tempo offense.
“For the first day, we made a lot of plays and we made some mistakes. There are areas we need to focus on and get better. As a whole, I was pleased. Looking forward to Monday and continuing to improve,” Hill said. “Everybody is looking forward to Aug. 31 as we prepare for Virginia. But everybody knows we’re not where we need to be to beat Virginia right now. We need this time to get there.”
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