spring practice

spring practice

Sports medicine An off-season football training period associated with an ↑ risk of injury. See Sports medicine.
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USC wraps up spring practice this week with a slightly different-looking team than expected before drills began last month, particularly on defense.
And if that weren't enough, Petrino announced that spring practice would be open to the public.
During spring practice before we were going to implement it into our game plans, I decided to spend most of that practice time in no-huddle.
It was an area plagued by injuries and adjustments forced by those injuries last season, but the Beavers enter spring practice with starting experience from tackles Brian Kilkenny and Doug Nienhuis, center Matt Brock and guards Kanan Sanchez and David Lose.
Andrx Corporation (Nasdaq:ADRX) today announced that it will present clinical data for Altocor(TM), its extended-release form of lovastatin, at the Spring Practice and Research Forum of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) being held April 27-30, 2003, in Palm Springs, California.
But he's decided to hang up the track spikes this year in favor of devoting more time to football and being able to fully participate in Spring Practice.
UCLA's offensive line is already under duress and it is more than six weeks until spring practice begins.
Defensive tackle Christian Tupou wore a cast on his hand Thursday because he chipped a bone at the end of spring practice.
Spring practice begins April 3, and Olson's main competition will be Patrick Cowan and junior college transfer Kevin Craft.
USC starting linebacker Kaluka Maiava will miss spring practice next month because he will undergo wrist surgery.
Ben Olson may have a leg -- or more specifically, a knee -- up on UCLA's quarterback derby when spring practice begins after Patrick Cowan underwent arthroscopic surgery Friday to remove a piece of cartilage from his left knee.