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Dog Tight Ends Must "Be Good At Everything"

It’s an absolute article of fandom faith, that success is assured by getting their team’s tight ends ‘involved’ in the offense. Which to fans means catching passes of course. Well, Coach Scott Sallach has his share of pass-catchers here. But he’s also got healthy blocking bodies. Best of all…many of them are the same Bulldogs this season.

Which is why Sallach is among the busiest of Mississippi State staffers this August. With the largest tight ends roster of his six-season tenure, with a fascinating variety of talents, Sallach is looking for more and better ways to take full advantage. He has just four scholarship players officially listed by ‘TE’ on the camp roster, though there are a couple more walk-ons working at these... Recommended Stories

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