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Here’s what it looks like when football practice gets doused by a fire truck

SMU has an answer for how to practice with a wet ball: just wet everything. When @coachchadmorris asks for something, @CoachRandyRoss makes sure it gets done. Heck of a "Wet Ball" Drill today! #PonyUpTempo #R1SE — #PonyUpTempo (@SMU_Football) August 18, 2017 Texas isn’t exactly our rainiest state, so when SMU needed to get in some wet-ball practice, the solution was obvious: do whatever would make for the best viral video.
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