Mississippi State wraps up fall camp

The Mississippi State football team officially wrapped up fall camp yesterday with its season opener versus Charleston Southern less than two weeks away.
The Bulldogs did it all without two-a-days as mandated by the NCAA for the very first time. As a result, MSU’s training camp was longer than ever before and Head Coach Dan Mullen says it gave his players a chance to truly learn and apply the material without rushing the process of getting ready for the science of regular season SEC football. “Well, cause there’s time to learn. I mean it’s all about timing. Instead of saying hey we have this really short time, here’s everything. That’s why they don’t teach biochemistry in three weeks just like anything, right? I mean you guys are all, anybody struggle with biochemistry? But that type of deal I think the ability to take time and teach, instead of having to try to get as much in in a short period of time I think helped the players, of them absorb stuff,” said Mullen.
The Bulldogs go through their next full practice on Monday.

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