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Brown Football Opens Camp With Many Holes To Fill

Thursday, August 21, 2014

 

The Brown University football team reported to camp today one month before their scheduled season-opener at Georgetown on September 20th.  The Bears were picked to finish 6th in the Ivy League this season in large part due to the amount of experience they lost to graduation last spring.  That should make this summer's camp a very interesting one with many positions up for grabs.  Among those will be the quarterback position where senior Marcus Fuller will battle junior Seth Rosenbauer and sophomore Kyle Moreno.

109 players reported to camp today at Brown.  Here is the official release from the scholl's sthletics website brownbears.com:

Brown Football Opens Preseason Camp

Providence, R.I. – In preparation for Brown’s 137th season of intercollegiate football head coach Phil Estes, now in his 18th season as the Bears’ head coach, will welcome 109 players to the opening of preseason camp with a goal of winning Brown’s fifth Ivy League title.  The Bears will undergo physical testing on Friday, August 22 and hold their first official practice on Saturday, August 23 with a split session, beginning at 1pm.

Despite the graduation of 11 starters on offense and several more on defense, Estes is optimistic about the upcoming season.  “While we might not have a lot of starters returning, we have many players with game experience,” said Estes. “ We truly believe in our system and always have players ready to step up to the challenge.”

All practice sessions will take place at Berylson Family Fields at the Erickson Athletic Complex. The Bears practice daily through Tuesday, September 2, with classes beginning onWednesday, September 3. Brown's traditional weekday afternoon practice schedule will start with the opening of classes. In addition, Brown will travel to New Haven, Connecticut for a closed scrimmage against Yale.

Brown kicks-off its season in the nation’s capital on Saturday, September 20, traveling to Washington, DC to battle Georgetown with a 12 noon kick-off.

All of Brown’s home games (except those blacked out by national TV) and its Ivy League away games can be viewed on the Ivy League Digital Network, a nine-channel digital network that includes an easy-to-navigate interface, a League-wide network schedule and interactive features, such as simultaneous four-game viewing, full DVR controls and social media integration. These features are available on computer, mobile and tablet devices all without the use of an app. Packages for Brown’s channel (brownbears.tv) are $89.95 for 12 months, $34.95 for four months, $10.95 for one month and $9.95 for a single day. Packages for the League-wide channel, which features everything the network has to offer, are $119.95 for 12 months, $49.95 for four months and $15.95 for one month.

Tickets for all Brown home games are available at the Brown ticket office, online at brownbears.com, or by calling 401-863-2773.

 

2014 Brown Football Schedule

 

9/20     Sat.      at Georgetown                        12 noon

9/27     Sat.      HARVARD                             6:00 pm

10/4     Sat.      at Rhode Island                       1:00 pm

10/11   Sat.      HOLY CROSS                     12:30 pm

10/18   Sat.      at Princeton                             3:30 pm

10/25   Sat.      CORNELL                             12:30 pm

11/1     Sat.      at Penn                                   1:00 pm

11/8     Sat.      YALE                                      12:30 pm

11/15   Sat.      at Dartmouth                          12 noon

11/22   Sat.      COLUMBIA                          12:30 pm

 

Head Coach:  Phil Estes (New Hampshire ’80), 18th season

 

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