When we got home, I had about 3 minutes to get ready before we were going to go to the kids' clinic. As we were getting ready, Cassia said she didn't want to go. I kinda got excited that I would be able to ride my motorcycle to the stadium, but as we were leaving, Cassia said she wanted to go. It was good to spend time with her, so I shouldn't be too disappointed.
The kids had a really good time tackling the inflatable dummies. The players are really good with all the kids. As for the scrimmage, I was really impressed with the backups, but really disappointed with how they handled the event. It was only about an hour long and we got to see zero starters. If that's the way they will continue to do it, I don't think I'll waste a Saturday. I'll say this much: JJ DiLuigi is going to be a great player for BYU; now and in the future.
This is where they tackled the inflatable dummy. Hunter went at it with everything he had. Cassia, on the other hand, was pretty timid.
Kellen Fowler is showing Hunter how to backpedal.
I had to include this last picture of Hunter (he got a hold of the camera without my knowledge). Some of the best pictures come when kids get a hold of the camera and pretend to know what they are doing!