Found January 25, 2012 on The Duck Stops Here:
Today The Duck Stops Here spoke with Cliff Harris, who is in an intensive training program at St. Vincent Sports Performance in Indianapolis, Indiana, preparing for a Pro Day, a shot at the NFL Combine and the NFL Draft. DSH: Cliff, What's it like at St. Vincent and what are you working on? Cliff Harris: Everything. We've got the best trainers in Greg and Brett, and they're getting my body ready. I feel like a new person. Kash returns: Oregon's mercurial cornerback is looking for daylight and a new beginning at a sports clinic near the the site of the NFL combine (usatoday.com photo) DSH: That's outstanding--what do you go through in a particular day? Cliff Harris: We work out twice a day, and that's twice a day rehab after our workouts, and then I have post nutrition after. They really packin' it on me. DSH: What are the meals like, is it really strict and regimented? Harris: Not necessarily strict, but it's a routine and a regimen to my mea...
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