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Tucson, AZ (KOLD) - From the Spring game to the first day of camp, college football coaches had to rely on their players taking the initiative to keep a football mind about them, now the coaches are back in the game. 

Tracking your players conditioning and playbook knowledge over the summer was a challenge in years past, this season that mystery should be a little clearer. A new NCAA rule gives on-field coaches eight hours per week to interact with players, with up to two of those hours available for football-related meetings or film review — provided those players are enrolled in summer school or meet a minimum grade-point average requirement.

This was a hot topic as Arizona kicked off camp this year as players walked into the preseason already under the coaches’ radar. David Kelly has more from day one of Arizona Football camp. 

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