reads and progressions. They are going to take shots down the field with their receivers and try to make things happen that way. You have stacks and bunches so you have to be able to communicate and execute. There's a bit of an NFL flavor to what they do offensively, so we just have to adjust and play.”
Mississippi State is licking its chops to reestablish itself.
The Bulldogs feel like they can play much better defensively than they have in their last two showings. With two weeks to think about that, MSU now gets the chance to prove it.
Grantham has seen a determination in his guys in practice the last few days. Now, he says it's all about that carrying over to the gridiron on Saturday against BYU.
“I thought our energy (at practice) has been good,” Grantham said. “You saw a little juice in the guys. We just have to continue to work and develop the game plan.”