Football Puts Practice One In The Books|
March 1, 2013
CINCINNATI - Football Puts Practice One In The Books
The University of Cincinnati football team opened up spring practice Friday, conducting the first of 15 spring practices inside the bubble at the Sheakley Athletics Center.
The two-hour workout in helmets was the first under the direction of head coach Tommy Tuberville who took the UC job in late December.
Before practice started, Tuberville gathered the Bearcats at the center of the field and talked about patience and improvement.
"Everybody out here has to have patience," Tuberville said. "Rome wasn't built in a day. All of you in here are learning a different language. Everybody has to get better. Let's make sure we improve every day."
Tuberville spoke with Bearcats TV following practice.
Also, the Bearcats TV bunch produced a sights and sounds video from day one of spring practice.
Day 1 Sights & Sounds
The Bearcats are back on the field Saturday for the second practice of the spring session. All spring practices, with the exception of April 6, are closed to the general public.
On April 6, UC will hold an open practice for fans from 10 a.m. until noon at the Sheakley Athletics Center.
Following UC's 15th and final spring workout on April 6, the Bearcats will hold a free youth clinic on the SAC turf. UC coaches and selected student-athletes will lead youngsters up to the eighth grade level through drills and instruction until 2 p.m. with an autograph session to follow. Admission is free and open to all fans.