Football Will Bring Us Back Together
SAN ANGELO, TX -- As the tumultuous 2020 continues, this week the UIL, the governing body of high school sports in Texas has given the green light for schools to begin summer strength and conditioning programs.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, The UIL announced this week the expansion of groups outdoors from 15 to 25 and indoors from 10 to 15. In addition, disinfecting equipment has also been reduced from a requirement to a strong suggestion while no access to locker rooms is still in place.
With the return of summer strength and conditioning programs at no more than 90 minutes per day comes sports specific instruction at 60 minutes per day of which the San Angelo Central Bobcats are taking full advantage.
Watch as San Angelo Central Head Football Coach Brent Davis talks about his team's return to an organized setting, how sports can play a role in our society along with his thoughts on San Angelo Stadium potentially at a certain capacity this season.