I’m not really sure what day of camp it is. Most of the time I don’t even know what day of the week it is or what the date is. At this point, the only things that I know is that there are 20 days until Washington and that I need to be at the athletic center in a few hours.
If you ask most players, that’s how camp usually is. Once you get into the routine, you feel like a broken record. You’re never quite sure what day it is, all you know is each day you wake up you have another opportunity to take the field and play the greatest game ever created. You have another opportunity to get better.
The first week is complete, and it feels good to move one step closer to the season. For me, it’s my last training camp ever here at SDSU, and it’s bittersweet. I’m trying to cherish every moment during these grueling three weeks of work.
I feel like we are definitely making good progress as a team, but there is a lot of work that still needs to be done. Luckily, we still have some time to get mentally and physically prepared for the season.
That’s all I have for now. Be sure to check out the latest Q&A on Kendrick Mathis. Also, stay tuned for the next Q&A on linebacker Derek Largent, which will be posted sometime this afternoon.
Lastly, here is a picture of another beautiful San Diego sunset that a friend of mine took during practice a few days ago.
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