One refreshing thing about the senior quarterback is that there isn't any sandbagging in him. He's about as honest and as forthcoming as it gets.
That being said, Kennedy knows Saturday wasn't his best performance of camp, and that he picked a bad time, (in front of about 400 USU fans), to have an off performance.
With him and Chuckie Keeton locked in competition for the starting position, Kennedy went 5-9 for 39 yards. His two interceptions, however, stood out the most, as did Keeton's good performance of 113 yards and two touchdowns through the air.