Kedric Murry talks with AStateNation

The success of an offensive football team hinges on their ability to control the line of scrimmage.Entering his junior year as a member of the Arkansas State Red Wolves, Kedric Murry is looking to improve his game and help improve the team by having better communication all across the line.

The success of an offensive football team hinges on their ability to control the line of scrimmage.

Entering his junior year as a member of the Arkansas State Red Wolves, Kedric Murry is looking to improve his game and help improve the team by having better communication all across the line.

The Red Wolves TE told AStateNation, "I need to get to the point to where I'm communicating [better] with my O-Line, QB, and RBs."

With the defensive beginning to use different blitz packages that will be seen next Saturday against Illinois, the offensive line is still finding trouble in their struggling lack of communication. When asked how practice had been going, Murry said the offense still had some work to do. "…had [some] missed assignments today by the offensive line and by the offense as a whole."

During camp, we've seen a back and forth battle for supremacy between the offense and the defense. This week, the defensive has been stepping up, forcing the offensive to keep making improvements.

Kedric also feels like one of the biggest things he needs to work on is his endurance. "It's been tough with the humidity and stuff," Murry said. "But you just gotta fight through that…so I can get in shape."

This ASU Athletic Director's Honor Roll student hopes to continually improve his game so that he can improve an offense that set a school-record 4,481 yards of total offense last season.