The Tigers had its second day of practice on Saturday evening as it prepares for the 2014 season. Head coach Dabo Swinney said he was pleased with the team through two workouts in shorts and helmets, but the weather has had an effect on the practices in a positive and a negative way.
Coach Swinney talked about his quarterbacks after practice, in particular their physical conditioning.
"Cole has fueled his body the right way. He has bought into getting the proper nutrition. So has Deshaun Watson. He came here in January at 184 pounds. He has done what he has needed to do and is now 204. He will leave here at 220. With both players, they have put on the right kind of weight.
The Tigers used a drone during the second half of practice during some drills. The device films the plays from just above the players from behind the offense and gives the coaches a different perspective when watching practice. The drone is operated by defensive player development coach Rhett Brooks, the son of defensive line coach Dan Brooks.