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Charlie Strong Hosts Women's Clinic
Updated: Friday, June 27 2014, 02:53 PM CDT
Longhorns practice looked a little different Saturday.
"I'm not a big football fan, but as soon as I got on this campus and started high-fiving people," said Kinaya T. Ulbrich. "I've gone bananas."
It wasn't the everyday players out braving the heat. Instead, it was all about the ladies.
"Normally we are just on the sidelines watching from the stands," said Jaime Rea. "This is an opportunity to really be able to get out there and see what its like."
Head Coach Charlie Strong and the rest of the Horns football staff hosted the UT women's clinic. They learned everything from drills, rules and all the ins-and-outs of football.
"As much as my body will tolerate," admitted Jennifer Johnson. "I'm hoping to try everything."
"We just don't need pink everything for a man just put it in pink," said Ulbrich. "No! We are athletes, we are strong, we understand game strategy and we know whats going on. We deserve this. We need more of this!"
And for a lot of the ladies, it was an excuse to meet the new head coach.
"I think he's…I'm going to do a total girl thing, I think he's cute (laughs)," joked Ulbrich.
"Putting my arm around him was like putting my arm around a tree trunk," admitted Johnson.
And now that the fans are ready, Coach Strong has the big job of giving them something to cheer about.