Rhett Bomar said he’s never participated in a practice where he was the only quarterback.
“It was just boom-boom-boom, back-to-back-to-back, play-play-play,” Bomar said after practice. “I was kind of up and down a little bit, but I’ll try to improve on that and just watch the tape and go from there. It’s a great opportunity for me. Just got to go out there and just be smart and understand what we’re doing as an offense and just go from there and make plays.”
Bomar won’t be alone tomorrow. The Giants have agreed to terms with Dom Randolph of Holy Cross. He’s expected to be on the field for the next practice and could even play in Saturday’s game (although that would be only in an emergency; Bomar is likely to have to go the distance in that one).
The work load doesn’t seem to bother Bomar.
“It’s good for me,” he said. “It’s good to get a lot of reps like that. I’m not tired. I have no complaints about going all the time. For a guy in my situation, a young guy, the more reps you can get the better. So I have no complaints at all.”