Several Mississippi State football coaches and players talked about various things going on with…
Croom Critical of Offense After Contact Work
The coach's stern summary came after the 15th and final period, when the first and second units worked against their scout-team counterparts in goal line drills. But for most of the day the players atop the depth charts were often outplayed by the reserves, particularly the offense. "They stripped the ball in the secondary, they intimidated them in the fourth quarter," Croom said. "I was proud of our scout team, they showed up some things even when we made plays. And that's what we've got to have, if we keep working like that maybe we'll get better on offense." The Bulldog coach was particularly unhappy with the way the offense failed to protect the football, but overall there were few things he liked about the afternoon workout. "Maybe we can learn from it," he said. "I know what we do (the offensive scheme) works, so it won't...
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