ISU holds final fall camp practice

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Indiana State held their final practice of fall camp on Sunday morning at Memorial Stadium. The Sycamores now turn their attention to the University of Kansas on August 31st. “You know we’re going to leave no doubt that’s one of the mottos we’ve had this offseason leave no doubt we’re going to get what we deserve and we want the playoff bid,” said running back Titus McCoy.

Added wide receiver Rontrez Morgan. “Oh yeah just like coach said we’re not going down there just to get a box of chicken we’re coming down to win you know we watch a lot of film and we already know they’re going to be good but we’re just coming out just to do what we gotta do get in and get out and just take the dub,” he said.

Placekicker Jerry Nunez says the Sycamores have high expectations for themselves. “The goal for ourselves is to continue to do what we know do what’s best and not beat ourselves up and only we can lose games no one can beat us and it’s all up to us on how we take care of this season.”

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