ORLANDO, Fla. (WDHN) — Troy is just two days from playing in its biggest game of the season.

Why is it the biggest game?

A matchup between conference champions and two teams riding the hottest winning streaks in the country.

The trojans came into Wednesday, treating it like a normal Thursday practice which means one thing for the Men of Troy.


A day for Troy to get their mental reps and make sure they know what to do when the game begins on Friday

Troy is coming off one of its most successful years since 2017 and 2018.

Perfect at home, Sun Belt champions, and in need of a goalpost, but the focus now is on the UTSA Roadrunners in the Cure Bowl.

Monday saw the Trojans take off for the skies

Tuesday saw the Trojans practice, but also enjoy a day at Universal Studios.

on Wednesday, the Trojans are taking their mental reps to make sure they are ready to play at full speed with no questions on alignment or assignment.

“It’s a heavy mental day,” Troy Head Football Coach, Jon Sumrall said. “It’s a little bit of a de-cell day on your body, especially our guys not only had practice yesterday, but they spent a lot of time at Universal on their feet. Some of those guys I looked at their watches and they had like 6 miles on their watch.”

Bowl season offers teams extra practice, another game on the schedule, and an opportunity to hang out in a new city.

The cure bowl kicks off in less than 48 hours for the Trojans and Roadrunners.

With all of the fun that the teams are having, there is work still to be done on the field.

“Locking in for practice and handling business when it is time, but overall Orlando has been a great experience and fun with this team,” Trojan Cornerback, O’shai Fletcher said.