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    Coach Cieske Takes Job at Mississippi State

    Coach Cieske, after 2 successful seasons with Northern Illinois Huskies, has taken the Head Coaching position at Mississippi State University. During his press conference Coach Cieske mentioned he would not have his vision complete at MSU immediately and that it may take a year or two on the recruiting trails, which in the always tough SEC will be a challenge. Coach talked about his vision of using his wishbone triple option offense, which he claims will look a lot like Georgia Tech. As well as implementing a
    4-2-5 defense. MSU has a lot of great talent already on the roster and Coach Cieske says he will modify his playbook to fit the skills of the players already on the roster.

    After talking about his new team Coach made a shout out to his former team, talking about the kids he recruited and left behind. "That team, they have some very talented kids. I am going to miss seeing those guys on a regular basis and wish them the best of luck. I talked to each one individually and explained the reason for the move. They were excited for me as the opportunity to coach in the SEC doesn't come around very often." Coach Cieske concluded by pointing out some of the players he believes will be main contributors this upcoming season for MSU.

    Quarterback:

    Jeremy Johnson rSO 6'6" 220 from Geneva, AL

    The big quarter back is a proto-type pocket passer with a cannon for an arm. Look for Coach Cieske to lean on this kid all season.

    Running Back:

    Josh Robinson rSR 5'9" 235 from LaPlace, LA

    The human recking ball will be the main horse in the back field for Coach Cieske

    Ashton Shumpert rSO 6'2" 223 from Water Valley, MS

    Ashton will play the change of pace back, although hes not as fast as Robinson he can catch the ball out of the back field and could become Jeremy Johnsons favorite target on night when the O-Line doesnt hold up.

    Wide Receiver:

    Joe Morrow rSR 6'4" 214 from Grenada, MS

    Joe's route running and hands will make him the number one receiver target all season, look for him to have a solid senior campaign


    Middle Linebacker:

    Bernardrick McKinney rSR 6'5" 241 from Latimer, MS

    This monster of an athlete will be in the running for the BEST LB award at seasons end, and a guarantee draft pick next spring. B-Mick plays all over the field and never misses a tackle.

    Strong Saftey:

    Kendrick Market rSR 5'10" 191 from Pearl, MS

    Despite is stature Market is a force at Strong Saftey. His ability to read and react to plays is out of this world.


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