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Rain Shortens Today's Practice

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Camp Report: Rain Cuts Short Practice

Updated at 10 a.m. -- What was a steady light rain became a downpour and cut practice short.  The team split up with half going into meetings and the other half hitting the weight room.  That means no video interviews with Coach Leavitt today.

Check back tomorrow for more camp coverage.

Updated at 9:15 a.m. -- The No. 21 USF football team worked in a steady, light rain for the first 45 minutes of practice this morning and had no intentions of ending early unless the precipitation became a downpour (which it did).

Mother nature has been kind to the Bulls through the first 11 days of camp. Today is the only practice that the Bulls have battled the wet stuff early in the session.

Coach Leavitt had a quick whistle in the first 30 minutes of  practice as he wrapped up drill work early in an effort to get the team into the middle drill.  The middle drill is essentially the front seven of the defense going against a run only offense.

Junior LB Kion Wilson has probably worked his way up the depth chart more in this drill than anywhere else. After being limited by an ankle injury in the spring, the Pearl River Community College product is making his move and is working with the No. 1's as the middle linebacker.  Wilson is becoming the player that defensive coordinator Wally Burnham thought would be the perfect fit at linebacker during the recruiting process.

Full Report at GoUSFBulls.com

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sounds like Wilson is going to be a beast against the run

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