Tentative training camp schedule

Everything you need to know to plan a training camp trip. From the practice schedule to directions to Bourbonnais, we've got it here.

JULY
Th 7-24 Team Travels to Bourbonnais
F 7-25 8:30 am Practice - 2:45 pm Practice
Sa 7-26 8:30 am Practice - 2:45 pm Practice
M 7-28 8:30 am Practice - 2:45 pm Practice
T 7-29 8:30 am Practice
W 7-30 8:30 am Practice - 2:00 pm Practice
Th 7-31 8:30 am Practice

AUGUST
F 8-1 8:30 am Practice - 2:45 pm Practice
Sa 8-2 8:30 am Practice - 12:30 pm (Fan Appreciation Day)
M 8-4 8:30 am Practice - 2:45 pm Practice
T 8-5 8:30 am Practice
W 8-6 8:30 am Practice - 2:00 pm Practice
Th 8-7 8:30 am Practice
F 8-8 8:30 am Practice Travel to Champaign
Sa 8-9 7:05 pm CT vs. Indianapolis Colts at Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Ill.
M 8-11 8:30 am Practice - 2:45 pm Practice
T 8-12 8:30 am Practice
W 8-13 8:30 am Practice - 2:00 pm Practice
Th 8-14 8:30 am Practice
F 8-15 8:30 Am Practice Travel to Champaign
Sa 8-16 7:05 pm CT vs. Denver Broncos at Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Ill.
Break Camp

DIRECTIONS TO BOURBONNAIS FROM CHICAGO: (approximately 90 miles) * Take I-90/94 South to I-57. Take I-57 South to Bradley/Bourbonnais Exit 315. Follow the exit ramp as it curves to the right onto Rte. 50 South. Turn right onto Armour Road. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Convent St., which is also Rt. 45/52. There is also a Speedway gas station on corner. Follow the curves past the side entrance to campus on the left and continue to the main entrance that is lined with 10 flags.

ABOUT OLIVET NAZARENE: Founded in 1907, Olivet Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university -- a service of the Church of the Nazarene, theologically grounded in the Wesleyan tradition. Of the 20,000 Olivet alumni across the country and around the world, approximately 6,000 live in Northeast Illinois and Northwest Indiana. About 3,300 students (1,900 undergraduates) from 40 states and 15 countries attend the University. ONU fields 18 intercollegiate athletic teams for men and women. The Tigers are members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA, Division I), National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA, Division I) and Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC).

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