Efficient West dominates Army Bowl
As is the norm in all-star games, the team with better quarterbacks and pass protection won. Michigan-bound Mallett shined, displaying tremendous arm strength, surprising mobility and terrific accuracy. Notre Dame-bound Clausen had his moments and looked efficient but was not asked to do too much, as the majority of his snaps came alongside RB Joe McKnight (River Ridge, La./John Curtis), who was as good as advertised, displaying electrifying quickness and speed. QB Nick Fanuzzi (San Antonio, Texas/ Churchill) played much better in the game than he looked in practice and may be a "gamer." He is green but has some nice tools to work with.
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