Wednesday, April 13, 2016

JSU secondary attempting to focus on next play, day

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Jackson State safeties coach LaMarcus Hicks communicates the same thing to his safeties every day.

"Be the master of your attitude," Hicks said. "No matter what happened the day before, the play before, you have to come with a positive attitude the next day, the next play. ... The same thing goes on game day. We have to keep playing and stay positive all the time."

That should be a good message for the safeties and the secondary as a whole to follow after the Tigers' latest scrimmage this past Saturday.

The defense surrendered five touchdowns through the air, all of which came from wide receivers.

"Last week, we came out kinda flat," JSU corner Zavian Bingham said. "And the offense kind of got on us a bit. We came out flat from the jump."


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