Spring Practice Schedule out - April 7th Spring Game


(Patrick) #1

(User was banned for sending threatening/abusive messages.) #2

Love that its so spread out.
Gives KB & his offensive staff plenty of time between practices to tweek the new offense via film etc.


(gpropes) #3

Has any UH coach ever held practices after the spring game? That’s a new one to me.


(Butch) #4

Can’t wait to see King and Smith on the field…and I think our new incoming quarterback will be available also, right?


#5

I like the two practices after the scrimmage. Correct those errors right away insteading of letting them sit for months.


(Mike Higdon) #6

I agree. I also like them spread out since it allows more recovery time for the bodies after contact. Less chance for minor nagging injuries.


(gpropes) #7

Spring game time set.


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#11

That’s a fun idea, but they better have a full training staff on site, or at least a shuttle service to transport the pulled hamstrings back to their cars.


(Mike Higdon) #12

Back when freshmen weren’t eligible and they had freshmen teams, the Purple – Gold game at LSU was between the freshmen team and the varsity, I think including graduating seniors. They were pretty good games. I went to the game when Billy Cannon and Johnny Robinson were freshmen and Jimmy Taylor was a senior. Tiger Stadium was sold out, but it "only " held 65K then.


#13

Thank you for sharing. That’s impressive and shows you the two worlds of college football we live in. 65k for a scrimmage and we can’t get fans to show up for big games.


(Patrick) #14

:joy:

There’s a pretty good thread about that on twitter right now between Pezman, Ted Pardee, Mike Holley and a few other alums. Pretty funny stuff.


(Patrick) #15

Houston fans will have the opportunity to spend a full day on campus Saturday, April 7, as the Houston Department of Athletics hosts three events, beginning with Track & Field’s Houston Alumni Invitational featuring a top-3 national showdown followed by Football’s Red & White game and ending with Baseball’s American Conference showdown vs. USF.

Fans making their way to campus on April 7 will also have the opportunity to check out the Houston Football Indoor Practice Facility with a postgame autograph session inside the facility following the Red & White Game.

Houston Football’s Red & White game will kick off at 3:30 p.m., with gates 1, 2, 3 & the club entrance at TDECU Stadium opening at 2:30 p.m. Houston Football alums will take to the field just after 3 p.m. for a flag football game before the current Cougars hit the field for a four-quarter scrimmage.

Following the conclusion of the game, Houston fans are invited to the Indoor Practice Facility for a postgame autograph session with Houston Football’s juniors and seniors.

Admission to the Red & White game is free with access restricted to the lower bowl and club areas. Concessions will be available throughout the event along with an Athletics Department surplus sale that includes helmets, shoes, jackets, polos and other apparel. All items are first-come, first-serve. In addition to surplus items, the Fanatics Team Shop will also have current Houston apparel for sale.

Following the Red & White Game, Houston Baseball faces USF at 6:30 p.m. April 7, the second of a three-game series between two of three teams in The American to garner preseason No. 1 votes from the league’s coaches. USF is one of 14 2017 NCAA Regional teams on Houston’s schedule this season with single-game tickets for the weekend series starting at only $5 at UHCougars.com/tickets.

Houston Track and Field kicks off the day with the Houston Alumni Invitational at the Carl Lewis Complex beginning at 11 a.m. The meet features a top-three showdown on the men’s side as No. 3 Houston hosts No. 2 Texas A&M while the No. 47 Houston women host No. 6 Texas A&M along with Tulane, Rice, Lamar and Houston Baptist. Tickets for the event are $8 for adults and $5 for youth and available at UHCougars.com/tickets.


(Cristian) #16

So does that mean we will have to sit on the 200 level and up? i wonder why they closed the other sections. Damage maybe to the seats unless im reading that wrong?


(Patrick) #17

I believe it means that everyone will have to sit in the 100 sections and that 200 and 300 sections will be closed off.