Practices quicker at Bishop McGuinness
It took a practice for McGuinness senior quarterback Camden Tharp to adjust to his new coaches’ style.
During early practices under new coach Justin Jones, the Irish is running a scripted team offense, meaning Tharp has to be on his game. Under former coach Kenny Young, the coach called the plays during practice, Tharp said.
“(Tuesday) was sluggish, a little bit, but that was on me” Tharp said. “It’s supposed to be 40 plays in 20 minutes. (Tuesday) we did about 32, but (Wednesday) we did about 45.”
Tharp said the Irish will run a no-huddle offense some of the time this season, so the quickly paced team offense is meant to, in part, prepare for that.
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