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It's Tuesday, Day 6 of Camp, and This is Your Open Thread

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The Bruins will be practicing this afternoon at 4 pm and this is your open thread.

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My summer is over and I'm back at work. Los Angeles Unified has decided school should start in the middle of Camp San Bernardino and I am incredibly bitter about this. The district must be run by trogans who are bitter about last year's game. But I digress. So, I am counting on anyone out there to let us know how practice is today. We have really appreciated the notes being posted during and after practices and so it seems have family members of at least one player who cannot make it to camp (the family that is!). Any observations really help us get a feel for how our beloved Bruins are doing.

And speaking of beloved Bruins, I saw this tweet Monday from the Mayor.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>I&#39;m too sick someone come take care of me!!</p>&mdash; Johnathan Franklin (@JFrank2308) <a href="https://twitter.com/JFrank2308/statuses/367058069538504704">August 12, 2013</a></blockquote>

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I'm thinking we need to send Jonathan some Bruin love and make him smile.

Back to practice, UCLA Football has a nice interview with Shaq Evans who is excited to be back playing football. And there is a great photo gallery of training camp here, including a really nice photo of Asiantii Woulard.

So, once again, Tuesday's practice begins at 4 pm (although there are things going on out on the field earlier) and will last about two hours. You can find the schedule of all practices here and you can send us your comments and pictures via twitter @bruinsnation. Saturday there will be a Meet the Bruins after practice (their last in San Bernardino) where you can speak with the players and coaches. So don't forget your hats, water, sunscreen, and chairs and have a great time in San Berdoo. Also, those of you following things on the web, feel free to discuss football and put up tweets and other things you see as camp unfolds. And everyone, make sure you are up to date with the latest videos and notes at our San Bernardino watch stream.

Go Bruins!