Wildcats Hold First Practice Down In Music City

The football Wildcats are all settled in at a temporary home in Nashville.

The team had its first practice Tuesday afternoon in preparation for the upcoming Music City Bowl.

The Cats got a cold greeting. It felt like 30 degrees in Nashville, but some players say they didn't mind. They say they just wanted to be prepared for whatever may happen Friday.

The team is coming off a three-day Christmas break.
Coach Rich Brooks said his team is doing things right, but he thinks the time off may have affected his team just a little.

27 NEWSFIRST will air a one hour special Friday, before the Cats take on Clemson. We'll preview the big game and hear from all the fans down in Nashville.
Our coverage kicks off Friday at noon, on W-K-Y-T.


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