Monday, February 2, 2009
Patton struggles at Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game
By ESPN.com staff
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Missouri backup quarterback Chase Patton had hoped to wow pro scouts with a big performance at the Texas vs. the Nation All-Star Game in El Paso.
Patton struggled in brief playing time in the final major college all-star game of the season, completing two of six passes for 15 yards. He was one of four quarterbacks who saw action for the Texas All-Star team, which included all of the Big 12 players who saw action in the game.
The Nation won the game, 27-24.
Here's how other Big 12 players fared in the game.
- Texas running back Chris Ogbonnaya, rushed for 12 yards on five carries with a long carry of 7 yards.
- Texas A&M's Justin Brantly punted six times for 49.3 yards with a long kick of 56 yards.
- Texas A&M defensive end Cyril Obiozor had one solo tackle and three assists.
- Nebraska defensive tackle Zach Potter had two solo tackles, an assist, a game-high three quarterback hurries, 1.5 tackles for losses and one pass broken up.
- Texas linebacker Rashad Bobino had one solo tackle and two assists.
- Kansas linebacker James Holt had one solo tackle, two assists and a shared tackle for a loss.
- Texas defensive end Henry Melton had an assist and a quarterback pressure.
- Texas A&M defensive back Danny Gorrer had an assist and a pass broken up.
- Kansas State defensive end Ian Campbell produced an assist.