Neuheisel Video and Practice Report

Head Coach Rick Neuheisel talked about the "spirited" practice Tuesday, the status of running back Kahlil Bell, and the experience of getting "T.J'ed." The coaches generally were the most vocal they've ever been as the team prepares for Fresno State...

Running back Kahlil Bell practiced, and said later that the ankle was a bit sore. He also spent some time stretching out his hamstring.

Bell and freshman running back Derrick Coleman exchanged words at practice, but Bell said after practice that it was nothing and resolved.

Offensive lineman Micah Kia was dressed but didn't take reps. Freshman Jeff Baca was with the ones in his place. Neuheisel said Kia was day to day.

Freshman tight end Cory Harkey was in a boot and didn't practice.

Marcus Everett dressed and participated in a few reps. Neuheisel called him doubtful for Saturday.

Raymond Carter practice and looked healthy.

Kai Maiava, the offensive lineman who is redshirting after transfering from Colorado, was dressed for the first time since injuring his knee about a month ago.

Quarterback Ben Olson threw casually on the sideline.

Linebacker Kyle Bosworth is out for Saturday and didn't practice.

Starting center Micah Reed was dressed but only ran on the side.

Freshman running back Aundre Dean was dressed, but appeared to be limping, and didn't get reps.

Coleman got a considerable amount of reps at tailback, along with Bell, Chane Moline and Carter.

Nate Chandler, who was a tight end, then switched to offensive tackle and then back to tight end because of injuries to the position, is #2 on the depth chart at the position, behind Ryan Moya. Chandler might be going for the record of changing jersey #s in a season, from #89 (tight end) to #68 (OL) and now to #44.

Before practice, the team ran over to the one wall of the practice field and all touched the list of Conference Champions on the wall.

Defensive Coordinator DeWayne Walker kept urging on his players by telling them, "You gotta believe!"

The coaches, particularly Neuheisel, were very vocal all of practice.

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Neuheisel After Tuesday's Practice:

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