MSU Football Coaches Hold First Women’s Clinic

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Updated: 7/19/2013 11:32 pm

Morehead State University Football Coaches held their first clinic for women today at Jayne Stadium in Morehead.

Head Coach Rob Tenyer said they taught around 50 women a little bit of offense and defense. The coaching staff also put the women through a series of practice drills.

“It kinda give us a chance to learn a little bit more about football,” Jane Tenyer, the head coach’s wife, said. “So that we can come to the games and really get into it and know what's going on.”

Coach Tenyer said another goal of the clinic was to get women more involved in Morehead State Football and college football in general.

The MSU season opener is on August 29.

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