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Football Training Camp Report - April 13
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: April 15, 2005
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TUCSON, Ariz. ?- Arizona Head Coach Mike Stoops and staff passed the half way point in spring ball on Wednesday with their ninth spring session.


            The team started at Jimenez Practice Facility where it went through standard drills including special teams and individuals, before moving to Arizona Stadium where the team worked on 7-on-7 and 'team' or 11-on-11.


            “We are keeping healthy and improving,” second-year Head Coach Mike Stoops said. “I am very happy with how the offense is coming along. I really like how well the receivers and the quarterback are interacting.”

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Arizona will return to the practice field Friday, before holding the third scrimmage of the spring on Saturday. The Saturday scrimmage begins at 9:30 a.m. and is open to the public.


Arizona will wrap spring drills up next week with three practices before the Spring Game on April 23 at 1:30 p.m. in Arizona Stadium.



Linebacker Spencer Larsen will have surgery on his knee next Tuesday, Stoops said. Larsen will have a six-month rehabilitation following surgery... Football Lettermen Weekend begins April 15 with a golf tournament in the morning at UA's home course, Arizona National... Defensive line coach Mike Tuiasosopo said the defensive tackles and ends are getting stronger, bigger and improving every day during spring ball... The scrimmage on Saturday will be similar to last Saturday’s which included close to 100 plays... Junior quarterback Adam Austin, who received a scholarship earlier this spring, is getting nearly all the work in skeleton and team drills, with 2004 QB finisher RIchard Kovalcheck still sidelined while recovering from offseason back surgery. Austin completed 60 percent of his passes last Saturday in live action (21-for-35) and passed for more than 300 yards. Offensive coordinator Mike Canales said Austin is making remarkable progress and has thrown a nice question mark into the battle for the starting role in fall camp, with sophomore Kovalcheck and incoming freshman Willie Tuitama...



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