The 2018 college football season is just about five months away, and Purdue football is going through spring practices in preparation for the upcoming campaign.
While the freshmen on the team may be going through spring practices for the first time, the seniors, such as cornerback Antonio Blackmon, are no strangers to them. In fact, Blackmon was entrusted to wear a microphone during one of Purdue’s recent practices. While he was mic’d up, Purdue got Blackmon’s interactions with his teammates and coaches on camera, as well as some other great footage.
Check out the video of it all below:
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Brown joined Purdue as a walk-on in 2015, and has played in 11 games as a reserve in each of the last two seasons, where he has made 1 interception.
Purdue will play its Spring Game on April 7 at Ross-Ade Stadium, and will open its season at home on Aug. 30 against Northwestern.