The Presbyterian College football team went through a tough workout Thursday afternoon in the sweltering heat, but completed the 11th practice of the fall season in fine fashion.
“We are really making progress on the defensive side of the ball,” head coach Harold Nichols said. “That will pay dividends for our team in the long run. Today, the heat got to us a little bit, but that’s to be expected after a good scrimmage last night.
“Tomorrow is the third two-a-day,” Nichols continued. “We are going to work on our kicking game. Currently, we are almost done with the installation of the offense and defense; pretty soon we will begin refining those.
“The team is making progress, but we have a long way to go before our season-opening game Sept. 2 at Wake Forest. I really like the chemistry and enthusiasm of the team.”