COLLEGE STATION, Texas—Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin announced the practice schedule for Aggie spring football.
“We are excited to get started and we are looking forward to the opportunity to coach these players,” Sumlin said. “They have been doing a great job in their off-season workouts with Coach Larry Jackson and will be ready to go for the start of spring football. We will begin spring practice on Saturday, Mar. 31 and end with the Maroon and White Game on Saturday, Apr. 28 at 1 p.m.”
“We encourage fans to come out to the three open scrimmages held in Kyle Field to get an early glimpse of the 2012 Aggies,” Sumlin added. “The first scrimmage will be held on Saturday, Apr. 14th at 11 a.m. and will be followed by the Aggie Youth Experience at 1 p.m. A Friday Night Lights scrimmage is set for Friday, Apr. 20 at 8 p.m., and then the spring game will be conducted at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 28.”
All other spring practices will be closed to the public.
NOTE TO MEDIA: If prior notice is provided to the media relations office, preferably the day before, the first 15-to-20 minutes of practice will be available for video purposes for media outlets. The remainder of practice will be closed. Interviews will be arranged through the media relations office. A schedule with times will be provided closer to the start of practice.
Practice #1-- Saturday, Mar. 31
Practice #2-- Monday, Apr. 2
Practice #3-- Tuesday, Apr. 3
Practice #4—Thursday, Apr. 5
Practice #5—Monday, Apr. 9
Practice #6—Wednesday, Apr. 11
Practice #7—Friday, Apr. 13
Practice #8—Saturday, Apr. 14 (11 a.m. scrimmage on Kyle Field) Aggie Youth Experience at 1 p.m.
Practice #9—Monday, Apr. 16
Practice #10—Wednesday, Apr. 18
Practice #11—Friday, Apr. 20 (8 pm. Scrimmage on Kyle Field—Friday Night Lights)
Practice #12—Monday, Apr. 23
Practice #13—Wednesday, Apr. 25
Practice #14—Thursday, Apr. 26
Practice #15—Saturday, Apr. 28 (1 p.m. on Kyle Field Maroon & White Game)
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