Jacksonville State’s QB transfer talks about offense

Jacksonville State's QB transfer talks about offense

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JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) — The Jacksonville State Game Cocks held their annual media days Thursday in Jacksonville.

Head coach Bill Clark didn’t have a lot of trouble getting students to be interested in his program this summer. Today he said over 130 guys came tried to make the team.

Clark had to let most of those guys go before camp. Clark has another the problem or blessing of too many quarterbacks. Today two of the three competitors were at media days including Minnesota transfer Max Shortell.

Shortell says the fast paced offense is something he likes.

“A little up tempo here or there at different schools, you know one of my favorite offenses is the 2 minute offense and you know how up tempo that’s got to be. Not having any time to think, but to just go out there and play, I enjoy that. ”

The Gamecocks open with Alabama State on the August 31.

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