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  1. It's that time of the year..... Football is so close you can smell it. Players are reporting today and the first fall practice gets underway tomorrow. For today's presser, Cotcher is on-campus and in attendance. Be sure to follow him on twitter @MLCotcher for updates. We will post content here and want your takes on what is said, etc. Media will have access to tomorrow's practice which means we will have a report afterward.
  2. Cotcher's at the evening presser now at Moncrief. Presser was supposed to begin at 6:30 and Strong is running a bit behind.. An update on Shipley, who injured his hamstring:
  3. Coach Brown is celebrating his 61st birthday and took time to meet with media members to discuss the team as they head into the season opener against Wyoming this Saturday. Here are a few nuggets I was able to take away from the press conference (not verbatim). Anthony Fera ruled out of Saturday’s game against Wyoming as he nurses a sore groin. We want a kicking game that is exciting! We don’t want people going to get a hot dog when the kicking game marches out on the field. Still do not know who will be running the Wild Horn but it will probably be two players. David Ash
  4. Mack took to the podium to give a rundown on where things stand after the scrimmage that took place last night. There was a ton of discussion about yep, you guessed it, the quarterbacks. Some of the mentions from Mack (not necessarily verbatim): It is time to gain continuity on offense. We have been doing this for over a year now and it is time. The defense is still ahead of the offense in terms of progress but the differential is nowhere near as great as it was last season. The Tight ends are not getting the job done. First team defense looked really good in the scrim

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