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There was a 47-minute lightening delay and a torrential rain storm for the first 15 minutes, but the Yellow Jackets made it through their second day of camp. The hour-long severe thunderstorm left several inches of standing water in some spots on the field.
"It was tough having to wait out the storm and I think we lost some of our sharpness when we came back," coach Paul Johnson stated in the team's practice report. "Still, we were able to get some good things done today and now can turn our attention to practicing tomorrow in shells when we can turn it up a notch."
"We were a little sluggish after the rain but practiced hard and got a lot of things accomplished today," sophomore B-back Jonathan Dwyer said. "We are gaining a little more momentum each day, and once we get in pads it will be full steam ahead."
(In case you were wondering, the A-back is a hybrid position, used as a rusher and a receiver. The B-Back is the fullback, but he runs more than he blocks in this scheme).