CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College football team held its first practice of the fall on Friday morning at the practice fields in Clinton, S.C. The Blue Hose worked in helmets and shorts for three hours as they prepare for the 2019 season kickoff on August 31.

“ I loved the attitude this team showed for its first day of practice with over 60 new guys,” said head coach Tommy Spangler. “Our veterans did a good job teaching the newcomers throughout the day which gave us a good start to fall camp.”

PC ran through a number of drills at the beginning of practice during the team’s first on-field work for the Blue Hose since the end of spring practice ended last April.

After early drills, the team moved into positional work before continuing with 11-on-11 work for a time in a high energy first practice on Friday morning under the direction of coach Spangler and his staff.

Presbyterian returns to the field on Saturday morning in shorts and helmets with the team’s first time in pads coming on Tuesday morning. The Blue Hose will practice from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. throughout camp, weather permitting.

Link to Coach Spangler Interview.