It took 15 practices for the passing game to come around with the Zips relying on underclassmen quarterbacks and backup receivers.
Chris Jacquemain particularly played well in Saturday's scrimmage, completing 11 of 14 passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns.
Sean Hakes and Carlton Jackson looked good at times, too.
Coach J.D. Brookhart wanted some clarity with quarterback situation this spring. If anything, the situation became more muddled.
Just a week ago, I thought this would be a two-man race between Jackson and Hakes. You might even say Jacquemain has clawed into the lead after a strong set of practices following the spring game.
My gut tells me the coaching staff will go with Jackson because he's the incumbent of sorts, but who knows? The coaching staff is taking a week-long vacation. They will return and produce a new depth chart which should answer some questions.