A-State Football coming together as a team

Red Wolves coming together as a team

On Saturday Central Arkansas celebrated on A-State's field.

That didn't sit well.

Over the weekend there was a players only meeting.

There was some finger pointing but Blake Mack addressed the media in the post game presser that too many guys were playing as individuals.

At yesterday's practice, Mack and the rest of the Red Wolves assured the media all issues have been addressed.

It was a good practice.

"We really just sat down, told what it was, and try to change the culture around here and hold everyone to a higher standard instead of being complacent and try to get back to our ways," A-State deep snapper Ryan Eustase said.

"Yeah that was one of the main points that we made. Everybody has to pick up where everybody, if he picks up where he left off then we will be good. We just have to play for one another instead of just playing for ourselves," A-State Tight End Blake Mack said.