“That may not even be fair,” Judge said. “It’s wide open.”
That sense seeps down to the smaller-but-sprightlier fullbacks, who have another 13 workouts to sort things out before spring practice ends.
“I think it does feel like a free-for-all,” Copeland said. “You just have to go out there and make sure you don’t mess up like the last day and correct your problems and try to be better.”
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