A Tougher Look in Practice
For the first time Ralph Friedgen can remember, he finished practice last night with “ones against ones” for 12 plays. He felt that his scout team was getting worn down toward the end of practice, which meant his first-teamers were not getting a good enough simulation of what they are likely to encounter on Saturday with a formidable North Carolina team.
“We went after each other a little bit and maybe the adjustment will be a little easier,” he said. "I have not done that before, but I kind of like it. Not sure if the coaches do. I will have to get a critique tomorrow.”
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