Well, I was able to watch the game from down here in Florida on CSS (thanks BYF for the info on the game thread), and from what I saw I was encouraged. Maas actually looked half-decent, making some great runs, some pretty good passes, and Lumsden showing what he's made of.
Maas' interception in the end-zone should not have happened for two reasons - the receiver being nowhere near where the pass ended up, and the fact that he threw it within the boundaries of the field. A FG would have been MUCH more beneficial at that point of the game. IF Maas is to remain our starter, he has to stop trying to force things and win the game on his own.
Chang looks like he should be our starter in BC. There - I said it. That was an absolutely FANTASTIC TD to Ralph. That being said, Ralph continues to shoot himself in the foot by going offsides on the next series. Our players have to make plays. The receivers MUST catch the flippin' ball. There were too many dropped passes. Beveridge is not the answer at Safety. I believe Karikari was playing HB for Cody, who (I believe) is still to hurt to play. Once Tay returns, look for Karikari to go to his natural position at Safety.
We really missed Mckay-Loescher on the D-line. We needed more pressure on Calvillo. The O-line played MUCH better than they did in the last 2 games (from what I saw). Zeke Moreno is starting to remind me of a certain MLB we had back in the 80's - you know, Ben Zambiazi.
We are still taking too many dumb penalties. There is no excuse to go offside when you are a receiver. Hear that Brock? I certainly hope so.
All in all, I am happy with this loss. It certainly looks like they will actually be a competitive football team in the near future.