STARKVILLE – Mississippi State’s football team had a “specialty practice” on Tuesday morning.
That’s how coach Dan Mullen termed it. On the Bulldogs’ seventh day of preseason camp, he said they spent most of the session focusing on red-zone and goal-line plays.
While Monday’s double session left MSU a bit sluggish, Tuesday’s practice found its intensity before too long.
“When we started it was a little bit slow at the beginning,” Mullen told reporters. “And you get a little bit worried when the energy is not high right at the beginning. But it turned, and the energy, I loved how we finished.”
Coaches and players then watched film in the afternoon. They return to the field at South Farm today for two practices.
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