Bulldogs move to South Farm for next phase
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott, background, listens to head coach Dan Mullen during Saturday's practice. (Photo by Rogelio V. Solis, AP)
Things are just a little bit different at the South Farm.
The heat and humidity in August can be unpleasant in Mississippi, but that's not the only thing the Mississippi State Bulldogs are faced with as training camp moves to the South Farm for the next couple of weeks.
It starts today and players will tell you, it's no fun.
"It's hot, it stinks, it smells like cows, (and) it's a farm," MSU junior quarterback Dak Prescott said. "A little rain makes it muddy and when the mud comes, it's even worse. It's an experience and it's a part of camp. You just have to keep going. It's a part of it."
This week's highs are expected to be in the 90s with chances of rain at the back end of the week.
Today will also be the first day players are in full pads, as the first couple of practices were just helmets, with the last few involving just shoulder pads.
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