Georgia State is preparing for Texas-San Antonio this Saturday at the Georgia Dome, and Wednesday's practice was one of the more spirited of the year, according to head coach Bill Curry:
"There's a lot of energy every day, it's just a matter of getting them to expend it," coach Bill Curry said. "We are improving and that (the energy) will be fine as long as we do it in the game."
Practices before the season-opening loss to South Carolina State and last week's to the Volunteers didn't have the positive vibe that has been building this week.
"I've never had a poor team develop into a really good team without this," Curry said.
Another positive at Georgia State's practices is that quarterback Ben McLane has yet to fumble the ball all week. This is notable because McLane fumbled the ball six times against Tennessee, with most of those coming from the center exchange.
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