Cardinals Open First Two-A-Day Session with Thursday Morning Practice

 



Aug. 11, 2011

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Conducting its first two-a-day session of the preseason, the Louisville football team opened Thursday with a morning practice at the grass practice fields.

Here are some notes from the Thursday morning session:

- The Cardinals worked 23 periods in full pads.

- In an unusual twist, the team went directly from stretching to working on the goal line with the first team offense against the first team defense.

- The defense stuffed the offense on the first four plays by stopping running backs Victor Anderson and Jeremy Wright.

- Later in the practice, the team went back to the goal line and the offense scored on four straight plays. The scoring plays included runs by Anderson, Wright and Senorise Perry and a lofted passing score from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to tight end Josh Chichester.

- The Cardinals will continue their preseason camp with a second practice session on Thursday afternoon.

 

 

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