August 6, 2008
Croom: Morning session 'ragged'
Wednesday's practice for the Mississippi State Bulldogs was in the books before many students around campus were even out of bed.
The Bulldogs began practice at 7 a.m. and practiced for approximately two hours and forty-five minutes in helmets and shoulder pads.
Head coach Sylvester Croom is still not pleased seeing the number of pre-snap penalties still occurring thus far in camp.
"We were a little ragged this morning," Croom said. "There were too many penalties. I thought the effort was good but we had way too many penalties. There was offsides on both sides of the football. The defense had a couple of strips, that was good."
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