Since there is little going not being involved in championship week, we're all struggling to figure out to do with every ounce of our free time. Then I got to thinking, well what really would be relevant information right now with everything so tightly sealed/waiting for bowl pieces to fall?
Without knowing the bowl destination, and most awards already given out (at least at the conference level, I know nat'l awards are usually the week after championship week with the Heisman), the only thing I could think of is the practice schedule. It got me wondering. They always talk about how important coaches, in this case Snyder, value the "extra 3 weeks of practices" that the NCAA allows for being bowl eligible, then how does that all shake out? Meaning, what does the NCAA let teams do this week? Just lift weights and light conditioning or something? With varying bowl dates (not as a wide range in K-state's sense, but some of those Las Vegas Bowls and such are like Dec. 19th), how do you set up these three weeks? When do you get to start them. Looking at the calendar for us it would be about Dec. 7-9th more than likely, but I assume with Christmas they build in some sort of days off there too.
Another topic, I know Snyder likes to recruit heavily in these two weeks or whatever it is, so it'd be cool to get a writer to say follow along Joe Bob Clemons for 24 hours to see what his day to day is like during this recruiting period.
Anyone out there have any ideas of what practice schedules are like?