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One week into spring practices, Angelo State head coach Dale Carr is impressed in what he is seeing in his Rams.
The Rams opened spring drills Thursday, Mar. 4, and had six workouts before taking a week off for spring break.
"We're pretty balanced on both sides of the ball," said Carr, who is opening his sixth season with the Rams this fall. "We're practicing pretty smart, nothing surprising yet. We have some good leadership out there and they set the tempo of our practices."
The Rams returned to the practice field Monday to start the second half of spring drills. They will practice every day this week, except Wednesday, preparing for the first of two scrimmages this weekend. The Rams will scrimmage 10 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 27, at San Angelo Stadium. ASU will close spring drills Thursday, Apr. 1, with its second and final scrimmage. That scrimmage is set for 4 p.m. at the practice field.
"Through our first week of spring workouts, our offense is running the same package that we ran the last weeks of the regular season," said Carr. "Offensively, we've got a lot of returning talent that makes spring practices run smooth. Defensively, we have a lot of players that saw significant playing time last fall and we're seeing good things from them. We're waiting to see more from those younger players that redshirted or saw limited playing time last fall."
WEATHERFORD, Okla. - Southwestern Oklahoma State University will began spring football practice Monday, March 22, the first of 17 practice dates that will conclude with the annual spring game Saturday, April 17.
Under second-year head coach Dan Cocannouer, SWOSU enters spring ball with 77 players, 25 more than took part in drills in the coach's initial year.
"I am very excited to get going," Cocannouer said. "We are certainly pleased with the numbers that we have. We have only 17 days so we can't afford to waste a single second.
The team will add pads for the first time at Friday's practice. Cocannouer said that the team will conduct some live work and there should be plenty of hitting.
All practices are open to the public and will begin at 3 p.m. They will be held on the intramural playing fields located north of the main campus.
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