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Offense Improving In Effort And Execution

Mike Henig

They still aren't getting into the end zone often, or at least often enough to satisfy the staff. But after four intensive practices in three days, the Mississippi State offense appears to be getting back on its collective cleats. At least the head Dog thinks so.

"We didn't make too many plays offensively but I still think we got better," Coach Sylvester Croom said following Wednesday's afternoon session. "Everybody worked hard and our intensity was good." Make no mistake, the defensive team still was the better bunch on the practice field. Part of that, Croom pointed out, was the nature of Wednesday's work. The ‘feature' periods were inside the 20-yard... Recommended Stories

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