Trojans bringing intensity to summer practices

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ALEXANDRIA -- It's summer camp time on the college football offseason itinerary and for ASH defensive back Bud Clark, his trip to Baton Rouge on Friday morning was well worth the two hour drive.

Clark is the second Trojans junior that picked up a scholarship offer from the Ed Orgeron and the Tigers this summer, joining defensive tackle Jacobian Guillory who the Tigers offered last month.

But while also working out for their prospective future teams, Clark and Guillory also hitting the practice field this summer for their current team. After a quick exit in the playoffs last season, head coach Thomas Bachman and ASH have already turned the page to the upcoming season, beating the heat, but bringing the intensity in practice this week.

"Just improving," said Bachman. "Getting them to understand that this matters. It think that's how you improve as all of us, from coaches to kids, from the best player to the worst player, you've got to make the moment count."

The Trojans open the 2018 season on August 24 when they host Northwood.