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Akron coaches note promising progress

This morning Akron hit the field to begin the second half of their spring practices, and head coach Terry Bowden and associate head coach / defensive coordinator Chuck Amato have noticed some promising progress.

Bowden says that they are about where he had hoped they would be at this point through spring with the offensive and defensive installation, and players are starting to understand the coaching staff's expectations. Bowden explains that their focus has now shifted to identifying their top 22 players that will help them out come fall.

Amato added that leaders have yet to emerge, but guys are starting to figure out "how to play harder than they can". 

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