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Tate talks about being healthy and “running”

August 20, 2019


football that’s right it is spring we’re talking spring drills continuing for the Arizona football team and for the first time and only time quarterback Khalil Tate was made available to the media for these March and April practices and here’s the good news Khalil told me he feels 100% and with that he’ll be able to continue the transition to mastering the new offense it’d be better effective in 2019 and that goes beyond throwing the ball Tate acknowledged himself that he realizes how important it is to be a leader in his position as QB and although he doesn’t plan on forcing anything Tate is helping enough to break off some big runs more often as he did in 2017 I asked Khalil Tate about just that and then some assume you’re pretty healthy now describe what it feels like to be on the practice field a hundred percent I think you know it’s all about confidence you know any energy that kind of it sets you back a little bit because no as an athlete you know you’re moving around so much if you get injured it’s kind of like okay what do I do now so I think it helps mentally you know I think like I said mentally it helps him you know being a leader that helps also so really informing that to my teammates and let them know how important it is you know having meant to ask a host like hey and also on the gridiron but inside in the arena your hometown professional indoor football team the Tucson sugar schools are back at home getting ready to smack helmets with the San Diego strike force the tailgate party at the TCC begins at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday with the game itself kicking off at 3:00 p.m. don’t forget tonight at 7:00 and Saturday at 7:00 as well with Tucson Road Runners pro hockey team continues its fight for a Pacific Division spot it’s Colorado blood complete highlights I’m just for Tucson at 10:00 p.m. and another reminder we are just a few hours away from mixed martial arts headed to the casino del Sol the main event will go down around 9:00 p.m. with preliminary bouts starting around 7:30 we are talking combate Americas and a baton weight world champ ship rematch between former Ironwood Ridge High School standout and Oro Valley resident Jose I’ll die and Gustavo Lopez we’ll keep you updated hey after the break I’ll catch up with the U of A women’s basketball team just one victory away from a trip to the final floor the WNIT semifinals more sports more edits more whooping it up next [Music]

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