First -year Alabama A&M head coach James Spady talks about the Bulldogs’ first padded practice.
NORMAL – The Alabama A&M football team took the field for its second full practice of the 2014 preseason on a hot, muggy Wednesday morning at the on-campus practice facility.
After shaking off the cobwebs in their opening practice on Sunday, the Bulldogs looked sharp as they continued to install the basic packages on offense and defense.
On the offensive side of the ball, the Bulldogs offensive linemen continued to gel as a unit in their eighth day of work.
“Now, the time has come and players will be able to put what they learned and gained in the summer conditioning program to the test,” said head coach James Spady.
“We feel pretty good to go,” Spady said. “It’s just kind of cleaning up a few things, having some discussions as a staff, getting the final pieces of the puzzle put together and then we roll.”
AAMU opens the 2014 season on Sunday, Aug. 31 against Aggies of North Carolina A&T State University. The game, slated to be televised on ESPN at 10:45 a.m. CT, and will be played for the first time at Bright House Networks Stadium on the campus of the University of Central Florida.
Courtesy:AAMU Sports Info