So, we’ve already posted about UCLA football’s 2012 Spring Practice, Day One. In case you missed it, check it here, son.
While we’ve sounded off, it’s time to see how our fellow Bruins are holding up after a physical-as-hell Day One.
First, 6’8”, All-World TE Joe Fauria:
First day of Spring Ball in the books! Hard work has never been so fun! #UCLA
— Joseph Fauria (@BigJoeFauria) April 4, 2012
It better be fun. We aren’t showering you with love and affection for nothin’, dude.
And then Jerry Neuheisel, Rick Neuheisel’s kid, says something that all members of the media (do I count?) can agree on:
Awesome to be back in practice again…now if we could shake off that 1 1/2 year rust that be awesome…cant wait for Thursday
— Jerry Neuheisel (@jerryneuheisel) April 4, 2012
Richard Brehaut is such a baby.
But damn my legs are DONE. And walking down a set of stairs when every part of yourlegs hurt is NOT the business
— Richard Brehaut (@Brehaut1216) April 4, 2012
SUCK IT UP, RICH. I have money on you being the starter come this fall.
And then some future Bruins were curious to see how things went:
@jerryneuheisel how was it today
— Simon Goines (@goines_simon) April 4, 2012
Good stuff, Bruins. Except the complaining. CHAMPIONS ARE MADE. So let’s keep it that way.
For real, it was a solid way to start the 2012 UCLA football season, if National Signing Day didn’t already kind of kick it off. Hopefully, the intensity and the tempo — by all indications, faster than what it was last season, per people who were at UCLA last season — stay afloat.