After Wednesday's practice, Coach Anderson said that the challenge at this point of practice for Arkansas State is keeping focus. The players are tired of working just against each other.
Coach Anderson says the offense has been throwing the ball vertically better this camp than at any time last year.
Asked about the impact of the late start time, Anderson said the players stay up later than we do. He said the start time would be harder on the coaches than the players.
Anderson said that true freshmen Tajhea Chambers at linebacker and Justin Clifton at nickel have been nice surprises from the fall camp.
For more audio from Wednesday's practice including comments from Rocky Hayes and Coach Anderson's comments on the suspension of Xavier Woodson, listen to AStateNation radio on The Ticket from 11 am to 1pm. Audio courtesy of Randy Myers.