14 August 2006
After a week of practice and a couple days knocking around in pads, it's time
for the Jacksonville State football team to get down to serious business. The Gamecocks hold their first scrimmage of camp Tuesday night in Paul Snow
Stadium, and the prospect of seeing just what he's got has head coach Jack Crowe
The main purpose of Tuesday's scrimmage, Crowe said, is to “make redshirt
decisions as best we can.” It certainly won't be the end of that, but the
Gamecocks have to start paring the 90-man camp roster to a workable number as
they move toward the opener at Furman.
“We need to limit the number of people we're actually teaching,” Crowe said.
“Training and teaching are two different things. We're going to train all of
them, but we're going to teach game-plan kind of stuff to a smaller group, and
that group has to be reduced.
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