Parker Excited to Kickoff Season

Parker Excited to Kickoff Season


Parker Excited to Kickoff Season


Kyle Parker is ready to lead the Tigers and see what his offense can do as the season opens.

“I think everyone is and of course everyone is ready to get out there and see what we have been working so hard for such a long time.  We are just going to try to prepare and be ready.  It is just exciting to kick the season off,” said Parker.

Kyle says he looks forward to seeing what the offense can do against an opponent.

“Oh yeah, definitely.  I think the biggest thing is we have prepared just like we did last year.  I think we are doing a lot of similar things.  We are just going out there and working hard.  That is all you have to base it off of and now we are ready to go out there and play someone else,” said Parker.

Kyle knows there are some inexperienced players that will need to prove themselves in the Valley.

“There is a lot of unknown out there.  There are a lot of guys that have seen some time, but not a significant amount.  I am excited to get out there with them and get them aclimated into the game,” said Parker.

What will the identify of the offense be?

“I think it is tough to say.  Just like last year we are going to have to do a lot of things in order to win.  I think you have seen in this conference that you have to do a lot of things in order to win,” replied Parker.

Watch Kyle discuss the opener against North Texas, the young offensive players and much more!



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