CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College football team held its annual Fan Day on Saturday morning at Bailey Memorial Stadium, before holding its final practice of the week. The team welcomed fans to the stadium, signing autographs and taking photographs for about an hour before hitting the field for practice.
PC took to the field around 11 a.m. to conclude the second full week of practice as they continue to work towards the 2019 regular season. The team worked thru individual drills and special teams early on before moving into some 11-on-11 action later in the practice for the fans on hand.
“It was a great day with so many people from the community as well as families and friends out to support us today and our guys enjoyed it all today," said Head Coach Tommy Spangler. "It was a great morning and turned around and had a pretty good scrimmage on top of it as well."
PC is 14 days away from the opening of the 2019 season at Stetson on August 31. The Blue Hose are still working to put things together and become more consistent as they have come to the halfway point of fall camp.
“I want to see us put a team out there that plays smart, with great class, physical, with great effort and execution and is able to represent the school and alumni well," added Spangler.
The team will return to the gridiron on Monday for the third week of preparation.