The Canadian Wildcat football team officially kicked off preparations for the 2014 season with the start of two-a-days on Monday morning.
Through the first four days of practice, the Cats hit the field from 8 am to 12 pm with a 25-minute break in between. Although the practices are still referred to as two-a-days, they are really only one session per day. In the past, football teams would have a morning practice and an afternoon practice every day.
The four-hour practices give the Cats enough time to refresh their knowledge of the system.
“For the most part, we’re trying to install our base offense and defense,” said Wildcat head coach Chris Koetting.
The full story with more images can be found on this week’s edition of the Record.
Photos by Antonio Morales