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#1 Spin

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Posted 25 July 2011 - 05:39 PM

Does anyone know if ICoach is having another public scrimmage this year? My sons enjoyed that, a neat way to get football started.

I don't mean to be a downer all the time, but when I see room for improvement, I bring it up. This rubs some the wrong way and they want to argue opinions for days on end.

 

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Posted 25 July 2011 - 05:57 PM

Usually the Saturday scrimmages during camp are "open", but they don't really promote them to the general public. It's a chance for a lot of the player's families and friends to come up and see them at an otherwise closed camp. If Ianello follows the same schedule as every other college football program in America, you can bank on there being a scrimmage every Saturday the players are in camp, so if you want to go just blend in with the family members and no one will say anything to you.

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Posted 26 July 2011 - 06:58 AM

Usually the Saturday scrimmages during camp are "open", but they don't really promote them to the general public. It's a chance for a lot of the player's families and friends to come up and see them at an otherwise closed camp. If Ianello follows the same schedule as every other college football program in America, you can bank on there being a scrimmage every Saturday the players are in camp, so if you want to go just blend in with the family members and no one will say anything to you.

OK. Last year he had one at the Info for everybody, even MC'ed it. Unless the turnout wasn't worth it (IIRC the weather was bad). I'll check on those other ones.

I don't mean to be a downer all the time, but when I see room for improvement, I bring it up. This rubs some the wrong way and they want to argue opinions for days on end.

 

There's always room for improvement.

 

 


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Posted 26 July 2011 - 11:01 AM

There's a public scrimmage (maybe meet the team as well?) event on August 20th. This was passed on to me from a Zips ticket office employee when I updated my season ticket info.

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Posted 26 July 2011 - 12:05 PM

Usually the Saturday scrimmages during camp are "open", but they don't really promote them to the general public. It's a chance for a lot of the player's families and friends to come up and see them at an otherwise closed camp. If Ianello follows the same schedule as every other college football program in America, you can bank on there being a scrimmage every Saturday the players are in camp, so if you want to go just blend in with the family members and no one will say anything to you.



The Saturday scrimmages are not open. The have an idiot pacing in front of the gate making sure you do not look in.

You need to be on the list or Sgt. Schultz will get you...

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Posted 10 August 2011 - 02:27 AM

There's a public scrimmage (maybe meet the team as well?) event on August 20th. This was passed on to me from a Zips ticket office employee when I updated my season ticket info.


It's a practice. If you go in expecting a scrimmage you'll be disappointed. They will have some of the Zipfest stuff up in the stadium for the kids. It's the closest we'll get to a public scrimmage event.



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