Fresno State capped its first practice in full pads with some intense action and hitting. The energy surrounding practice is different then last year and the players are responding well.
August 11, 2007
Fresno State returns one of the top defensive ends in the WAC. Tyler Clutts leads a unit loaded with talent but it is also inexperienced. Injuries decimated the defensive ends during spring, but they are relatively healthy heading into fall camp.
Fresno State resumed summer workouts Tuesday afternoon. The weather was a cool 85 degrees and the players worked out for about two hours. A host of newcomers attended Tuesday's practice and some got reps with the veterans. Read the recap of the action…
Bulldog spring football is in the home stretch. Monday's practice was just one of five remaining, including Saturday's Spring Game, before the Bulldogs put spring 2007 in the books.
The mood for Monday's practice was low-key during the first hour compared to last week. But the ‘Dogs picked up the pace and capped another solid practice.
About 100 high school coaches and players took in Saturday's practice. The annual coaches' clinic was the reason for the large amount of spectators and they were treated to the first spring practice in full pads.
Fresno State completed its second spring practice late Wednesday afternoon under cloudy skies. Tom Brandstater and the offense continue to look sharp in 11 on 11 drills, but the team is still not in full pads. Recap and notes from day two…
Spring practice kicked off Monday for Fresno State. Tommy looked sharp. Clifton looked cocky. Marcus looked healthy and the 2007 Bulldogs look ready.