Mississippi State has wrapped up the work portion of spring. Now comes play, as the Bulldogs…
Tuesday Football Scrimmage Report
Saturday can be a short scrimmage—or more formally, the annual Maroon-White Spring Game—because Mississippi State put in a lengthy session today. Coming off their short Easter holiday break, the Bulldogs spent almost three hours on Scott Field; just over half of that was practicing and warm-ups, the rest full-steam scrimmaging with placekicking. The first and second units on each side of the line got extensive and extended periods of hitting, and such ‘third' teams as there were even got more turns than typical for a practice day. As was the case in last week's hitting days, Wesley Carroll was the only varsity quarterback wearing no-touch red. Besides not needing to risk contact with the veteran starter, Carroll doesn't require added pressure to push himself anyway. Nor did the offensive staff give him many series today; just two in fact, against the first defense. Carroll moved the chains three times, usually on quick-hit throws in the flats to Co-Eric Riley, to get the ball down to...
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