Clemson Holds Third Football Practice


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Clemson, SC-Clemson had another football practice disrupted by the
weather on Thursday. Fortunately Clemson has not begun practice in
full pads. The Tigers worked for just seven five-minute periods
outside, then had a walk-through inside the new Clemson indoor track
facility.

"We got some things done until the rain and lightning hit
about 4:00 PM," said Tommy Bowden. "We had to move inside to the new
indoor track. It is has a cement floor, but it did allow us to go
over assignments and get some things done." Clemson practiced for
about two hours inside the facility, which will be the home to
Clemson's nationally ranked indoor track team this winter. The team
was able to get some conditioning in at the end of practice.

This was the third straight day rainy weather interrupted
practice. "We are going to practice in the morning on Friday and
give us a chance to dodge the weather. If it rains in the morning we
will move it to the afternoon, if it rains in the afternoon we will
move it to the night. But, starting early gives us a chance."

The Tigers are finished with exams from summer school and
thus have the entire day to work on football. They will finally put
the full pads on for practice on Saturday. Fan Appreciation Day is
scheduled for Sunday at Death Valley at 3:00 PM. There will be no
practice that day.

No injuries were reported on Thursday and no position changes
were made.

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