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Camp notes: pads are heavy and other new experiences





Today's Boise State practice was full of firsts:

  • First time wearing full pads

  • First time practicing on the new blue turf

  • First time newcomers practiced with returners

  • First time the offense showed up


  • First time Paul J realized that Jeremy Childs and Jeremy Avery are different people.


Dave Southorn filed his report from the morning sessions, and he had plenty of nice things to say about RB D.J. Harper, even though Harper did not have many nice things to say about himself.

"I was actually really disappointed with how I did last year," Harper said. "If I can stay healthy, I want to be a lot more productive."
The offense finally showed some firepower with three long touchdown plays during practice today. Kellen Moore and Bush Hamdan threw for two of the scores, and Jeremy Avery broke a 45-yard TD run. It sure was nice of Ryan Winterswyck and Mike T. Williams to let them.



Chadd Cripe has details, too.



More on practice today if anything surfaces.