Football Works on Live Game Situations
Tight ends run through blocking drills.

Tight ends run through blocking drills.

April 4, 2012

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BOCA RATON, FL - Florida Atlantic University's football team returned to the field in full pads and continued to work on live game situations.

The day was also highlighted with former players watching the 2012 squad with Rusty Smith, Mickey Groody and Kevin Cyrille each attending all or a portion of practice. Stephen Curtis hit Brian Sirmans, who moved from safety to wide receiver prior to spring drills, for a 10-yard gain in the first of three team sessions. Graham Wilbert followed on the next play by connecting with DeAndre Richardson over the middle. The highlight of the running game was Travis Jones turning the corner for a gain of 20 yards. Curtis returned to the field, in team session three to find Derek Moise on stride for a 60 yard score. Curtis also ran one in from 20-yards out.

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