With the 2023 Mississippi State football season on the horizon, let’s take a gander at all that Mississippi State running back Jo’Quavious “Woody” Marks had to say during SEC Media Days.
During the 2023 edition of SEC Media Days, talented running back Jo’Quavious “Woody” Marks was one of the four who was picked to represent the Mississippi State Bulldogs ahead of the 2023 Mississippi State football season.
And he’s a really good choice.
Marks is a leader for Mississippi State as the Bulldogs prepare to move into a new offense and he’s someone who has plenty of experience in Starkville. He’s almost certainly going to be a key factor in the Bulldogs’ offense going forward and the Mississippi State football program is going to benefit by having him present.
He’s a really good choice to represent MSU. And he also talked about a number of different topics. So, let’s go over all that he had to say in 2023.
Mississippi State football: Woody Marks talks 2023 season at SEC Media Days
When asked to discuss the toughest road environment he’d had a chance to play in, Marks picked the Texas A&M Aggies. According to Marks, they’ve got one of the toughest environment in the SEC.
Marks was asked about the physicality of the Kentucky Wildcats and, well, he was pretty complimentary of all their defense brings to the table.
As the Mississippi State football program mourns the loss of Mike Leach, Marks said the Bulldogs have a pretty good plan to honor him going forward.
With a few changes on the Mississippi State football coaching staff, there’s a new offense and new offensive coordinator. And that means that Marks will see some different opportunities in 2023.
Zach Arnett has been entrusted with the future of Mississippi State football. And it looks like Marks is pretty impressed with all that Arnett brings to the table.
Mississippi State’s running backs had a pretty impressive year in 2022. There’s a new scheme and some new faces, but it appears that Marks is still really confident and comfortable in Starkville and with his teammates and their ability to perform.
Starkville is a pretty great place, even if some outside of the Mississippi State community don’t see it that way. Marks had some pretty notable love for Mississippi’s College Town.