Bad weather BETTER for practice?
By Jason Kersey
Just got off the phone with Putnam City North quarterback Hunter Franz, and he made an interesting observation.
You would think rainy, bad weather would be bad for a football team’s practice, but Franz said it might actually help his team prepare for Edmond Santa Fe.
“Since we run the ball a lot anyway, I think it’s helped us,” Franz said of the weather. I think that because of the weather, the guys are getting a little more focused to make plays.”
I’d never really thought of it that way, but it does make sense.
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