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Texas State football celebrated women at Wednesday night’s annual Women’s Clinic. Food, drinks, giveaways, a fashion show and, of course, football players made for an exciting evening learning the basics of playing football. Equipment Manager Richard Miller (holding the microphone) uses football players from left Ben Ijah, Michael Orakpo and Robert Lowe to show off the home and away jerseys and the Bobcat workout gear.
Texas State Defensive Coordinator John Thompson taught the women the basics of tackling and the different styles of defense the Bobcats practice.Football players show women how to hold the ball to achieve farthest throwing distance.Women taking a crack at playing football.

Women's Football Clinic benefits Military Appreciation Day

Kaitlin Schmidt - Design Editor

Eyes up, ground up, chest up, garbage up . . . bottoms up. At least that’s what women at the Texas State Football Women’s Clinic learned about tackling. Texas State hosted 120 women at Wednesday night’s clinic, teaching the basics of football the Bobcat way. 

With proceeds benefiting the Military Appreciation Day on Sept. 13 (when the Bobcats play the Navy), women ate, drank and were merry as they learned all the basics from offense, defense and field sessions, and, of course, there were football players parading around in new uniforms during a fashion show. 

 

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