Curtis Johnson, Tulane to begin spring practice tomorrow
Posted by: Pete Roussel on February 12, 2013
It's seems like the college football season just ended, but spring practice is already here.
Tulane begins spring ball on Wednesday under Curtis Johnson, who is 1 of 22 head coaches in the country to keep his entire coaching staff intact this off-season.
A source informed CoachingSearch.com that Tulane quarterbacks coach Mike Neu interviewed for the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbacks job. That position, however, was eventually filled by former Tulane offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Frank Scelfo.
Johnson has elected to utilize a Monday-Wednesday-Friday-Saturday practice rotation during the spring. With the construction of new on-campus stadium, the Green Wave will practice at the New Orleans Saints indoor practice facility throughout the spring.
Tulane opens the 2013 against Jackson State. After hosting South Alabama, the Green Wave will face their next three opponents on the road - at LA Tech, at Syracuse, at ULM.
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