The Workday Redzone was live from the Arkansas State football complex for A-State Media Day on Thursday, August 2 with interviews from coaches, staff, and players.
Arkansas State head football coach Blake Anderson talks about the upcoming 2018 season, working on eliminating mistakes, and high expectations for the team.
Arkansas State defensive coordinator Joe Cauthen talks about containing explosive plays on the defense, what he wants to see from his linebackers, and how this year’s defensive line group could be the best yet.
Arkansas State Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir talks about the work going on on the A-State campus, the caliber of student athlete that A-State is attracting, and the high expectations around several fall sports.
Arkansas State assistant head coach and cornerbacks coach Trooper Taylor talks about the talented but inexperienced group of CBs, recent addition Jerry Jacobs, and minimizing big plays.
Arkansas State defensive line coach Brian Early talks about the incredible depth of the unit, replacing Ja’Von Rolland-Jones, and more.
Arkansas State running backs coach and special teams coordinator Norval McKenzie talks about the balance of experience and youth in his room, expectations for Warren Wand, and the first priority of the fall for special teams.
Dr. Pat Ivey
Arkansas State Assistant AD for Athletics Performance Dr. Pat Ivey talks about his path to A-State, a focus on mental work for the Red Wolves, and Professor X Mondays.
Arkansas State tight ends coach and offensive coordinator Buster Faulkner talks about replacing Blake Mack, improving the red zone offense, and the amount of talent on that side of the ball.
Arkansas State senior defensive end Ronheen Bingham talks about the talent on the defensive line, how he improved over the summer, and more.
Arkansas State sophomore center Jacob Still talks about the expectations for a more seasoned offensive line, improving physically and mentally over the summer, and more.
Arkansas State senior nickle back Justin Clifton talks about becoming a team leader, the physical improvements he made in the offseason, and players to watch out for on defense.
Arkansas State senior wide receiver Justin McInnis talks about his upcoming senior season, the sky-high expectations the players have for the offense, and how he got better in the offseason.