Because you can't get enough Life-Size Woodcut Pain Train.
"LIFE-SIZE WOODCUT PAIN TRAIN DOESN'T CARE FOR THE CUT OF RUDY CARPENTER'S JIB!"
When I last left off, there was a new set of players warming up. Then, they split up to do drills. Some did a drill practicing backwards running.
This coach was running towards them with the ball.
QBs were throwing to receivers right behind them.
And then the D players back the other way:
The way the QBs/WRs were set up, the QBs stood on different sides of the field and threw out to the WRs running in the other direction. That's sort of confusing way to describe it, I guess. This pass throwing slash catching was all very mysterious to me and I can't figure out how to describe it.
Not every pass was on target, though.
And sometimes the WRs had to stretch out for a ball.
So, there you go. Some more drill photos. In the third and last installment, we finalize the photos of the drills and have some miscellaneous photos, such as more photos of the construction from new and exciting angles! Go Bears!