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Bulldog Backs Learning Knox's Spring Lessons

It wasn't as if Greg Knox did not have enough on his practice plate. Just working his Bulldog running backs in spring camp is a full-time job. But when Coach Dan Mullen looked for the right staffer to take overall charge of special teams, Knox was his obvious choice. Which means now…"I'm up here a lot! I spend a lot of time doing it, it takes time."

Time that will have been well-spent if this fall Mississippi State makes major gains in kicking, covering, and returning. To be clear, Knox has always had a big hand in these areas along with the rest of Mullen's staff. The difference is that for 2014 one coach has over-arching responsibility, and his name is Knox. Which is fine by one of Mullen's remaining 2009 staff members. "It has to be well... Recommended Stories

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