’Dogs: Smooth first day
It was about learning each other, adjusting to the things that a new head coach and his staff wanted to accomplish and the players feeling comfortable with it.
Spin the calendar to a year later and the initial session of spring drills, the 2008 version, was much smoother.
“As far as expectations and executions, we are light years ahead of where we were on the first day of last year,” said Dooley following a two-and-a-half practice on Saturday afternoon. “I remember we couldn’t complete 20 percent of the passes we threw that first day. Today, we threw and caught the ball very well.