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Monday Football Practice Notebook
The Monday practice followed routine with the Mississippi State varsity reporting in shorts and helmet, and the rest—reserves, redshirts, backups who didn't play or play much the past weekend—in full gear. The latter also went through the standard Monday scrimmage, ten minutes of extra work at full-speed. Interestingly, one of the players staying to scrimmage was QB Josh Riddell, who is competing for this weekend's starting job now that Mike Henig is out following surgery for a broken hand. The other quarterback contender, Wesley Carroll, was in shorts and taking the first snap of every varsity drill. Riddell was splitting time in those periods, too, with Zack Harrington and Chris Relf competing for #3 status. As this is a non-conference home game State can dress as many players as they wish. After practice both Carroll and Riddell spoke with reporters. Their comments will be published later this week and as their battle for Saturday starter continues. *For the second-straight week...
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