In “critical” practice, State offense bears brunt of Mullen’s frustration

We’ve got a bunch of things we’ve got to clean up Thursday,” Mullen said. “Defense, I thought, played pretty well. Offense really didn’t execute very well and it started up front. We need some more guys to step up, some more leaders to step up, so when things don’t look good, they’re making improvements.”

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