The Texas Southern football team hit the field for its first official day of fall practice Friday morning inside Durley Stadium.
Ninety-plus student-athletes reported to campus on Thursday followed by a spirited two-hour practice early Friday morning.
“Our guys have been working extremely hard since last season,” said head coach Clarence McKinney. “They’ve done about everything I’ve asked them to do. This is just the next phase of our growing process.”
The Texas Southern Tigers have 24 practices remaining before the bright lights of the Labor Day Classic are thrust upon them on Sept. 3 in Prairie View, Texas. The team will practice once a day throughout camp with a pair of scrimmages.
“Fall camp is an exciting part of the year for us as it gives us a chance to iron out some kinks and get ready for the Labor Day Classic,” said McKinney.
Media interested in covering the practices will need to contact the TSU Sports Information Office via e-mail ([email protected]) or phone (713-313-6829) before arrival to verify the team’s practice schedule in case there are changes.
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