Most teams have indoor facilities...surprised Miami doesn't....maybe they could put a movable dome on Dolphin stadium?
1. DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville
2. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon
4. Taiwan Jones, ILB, Mich State
5. Clayton Geathers, S, UCF or Adrian Amos, Penn State
5. Robert Myers, G, Tenn State
6. Marcus Hardison, DE/DT, Arizona State
"I think we are progressing with the idea that at some time in the future we will definitely continue to research the fact that we probably need someplace to practice when the weather is bad or it's just too hot," Saban said Saturday.
Translation: He is more than warm to the idea of a cool, dry climate in which to practice.
Miami should have done this a long time ago.
Hey Roman, could you please host the sig I made you in your FinHeaven Photo Album? My Photobucket account is about to overload its monthly bandwidth, and I don't want you to lose that sig once it kicks.Originally Posted by Roman529
I wouldn't mind an indoor practice facitlity. There are some negatives to it but nothing like a lost or wasted practice.
OK Nub I will try to.....I saved it to another file.....you can go ahead and delete it from yours and I will repost it to my sig later if I can. Thanks!!!!! Great artwork.
I won't delete it until you get all squared away with it. Thanks again.Originally Posted by Roman529
Sounds like a good idea personally. Rain is a major factor when it comes to how hard you can go, how firm you can plant. It would help the players greatly if they didnt have to worry about there foot slippin out on every play.
Jets suck, Bills suck, Patriots suck.
Why not? Having an indoor facility will help prevent injuries and have less washed out practices.Originally Posted by SQuinn17