Louis and sorority sisters from the University of Mississippi have been mourning her loss this week after the year-old student was found slain in a wooded area 20 miles from campus on July 20 by a Lafayette County Sheriff's Department deputy on patrol. Keith Kostial posted a photo of his daughter as a little girl on Facebook Thursday, writing that "This is one of my all-time favorite pics.
He also posted a message of thanks on Facebook for the comforting words the family has received since her death. Police arrested fellow University of Mississippi student Brandon Theesfeld, 22, on Monday morning at a Memphis gas station 80 miles away and charged him with murder.
Kleefeld's lawyer says he will plead not guilty. He is currently being held at the county detention center and no bond hearing has been set. Police are not commenting on how Kostial and Kleesfeld knew one another, but the two can be seen together in photos posted in on social media.
Also, he misjudged a pass down the middle where he jumped to make a play on the ball, but the receiver caught it in front of him. This allowed the receiver to run past him for an extra ten yards. In the fourth quarter, Robinson intercepted an Earl Morrall pass on the last play of the game.
In pass protection, he could get pushed back, beaten on the edge and lose his balance. However, it did not often result in negative plays. Defenders could get pressure on the quarterback, but did not sack the quarterback. He was effective in getting downfield to block on sweeps and screens. Was weak with his cut blocks. Struggled to maintain balance in pass protection. This film is a highlight film. Schafrath played left tackle and faced right defensive end Ordell Braase He was very good in both run blocking and pass protection.
At one point in the third quarter, Brasse got around Schafrath and caused a fumble in the backfield. It was not shown how Brasse got around Schafrath.
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He may have released Brasse in order to block downfield, as he had on a few other plays in the game. The film did not show Schafrath getting beat, but it did show him getting pushed around and pushed back. Schafrath was knocked off balance on occasion. Very competitive. Very good athleticism to get out in front of screens and sweeps. Schafrath played left tackle and faced right defensive end Ben McGee Schafrath struggled at times in pass protection.
McGee was able to get good penetration into the offensive backfield, especially on a bull rush. In the second quarter, Schafrath blocked McGee low. McGee jumped over him and pressured quarterback Frank Ryan Later in the second quarter, Schafrath did an excellent job picking up a stunting linebacker Rod Breedlove Schafrath was knocked off balance on a few occasions.
Very good run blocking downfield. Schafrath left the game in the fourth quarter, when the game was well in hand. He was replaced by John Brown Overall, Schafrath was beaten around the edge, pushed back, thrown around and missed some cut blocks. However, none of this led to negative plays.
Schafrath played left tackle and faced right defensive end Sam Williams Excellent downfield blocking. In the second quarter, he made a very good block out in front of a sweep. Very good in pass protection. However, there were times when he stood too straight up and lost leverage against the defender. He was repeatedly pushed back into the pass pocket, as well as knocked off balance. Depending on the formation, he faced either right defensive end Verlon Biggs 86 or right defensive tackle John Elliott Schafrath was very good in run blocking. However, he was a little slow when pulling to the opposite side of the field to block on the sweep.
He struggled in pass protection. Lateral movement was not smooth and he was slow to get into his stance, which made him relatively easy to knock off balance. On several occasions, the defender was able to get by him to pressure quarterback Bill Nelsen. In the first quarter, he made a good cut block on a screen pass. However, in the same quarter, he was run over by Biggs. He was repeatedly beat on the edge.
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With all of these struggles in pass protection, he did not give up a sack. Quick and aggressive. Always around the ball. Very good at reading the play and adjusting. A solid tackler and can take on the ball carrier one-on-one. His aggressiveness can get him in trouble.
Receivers can get behind him to cause damage. There are times that he can recover quickly, but there are times when he is too far out of position. Very good instincts and competitiveness. Meador showed quickness and aggressiveness throughout the game. However, several times he was caught out of position or too far downfield to make a play. Receivers were able to get behind him.
This was evident early in the game as Joe Don Looney 32 ran past him for the first score of the game.
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Later in the first quarter, Terry Barr 41 also got behind him to catch a touchdown pass. Meador showed excellent tackling skills. However, in the third quarter, Joe Don Looney ran through him for a touchdown. When in position, Meador was able to make a play. However, frequently, he was caught out of position and the Lions were able to capitalize.
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Meador played the weak-side safety position in the game. Overall, he played well. He showed excellent speed and mental awareness to always be around the ball.
His speed was on display in the third quarter, when he chased down Paul Hornung 5 to not only tackle him, but to strip the ball away from him for a fumble. He was quick to react to the play and was in on a few tackles. He was very good in run support.