New Fresno State defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Alabama, in 1991. “I’m a quick learner and I’ve been blessed to coach this game – I think going into my 25th or 26th season – and some of the knowledge that I’ve gained from the places I’ve been and technique that was taught I think could possibly help these young men be better players,” he says going into his first spring practices with the Bulldogs.
New Fresno State defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Alabama, in 1991. “I’m a quick learner and I’ve been blessed to coach this game – I think going into my 25th or 26th season – and some of the knowledge that I’ve gained from the places I’ve been and technique that was taught I think could possibly help these young men be better players,” he says going into his first spring practices with the Bulldogs. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
New Fresno State defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Alabama, in 1991. “I’m a quick learner and I’ve been blessed to coach this game – I think going into my 25th or 26th season – and some of the knowledge that I’ve gained from the places I’ve been and technique that was taught I think could possibly help these young men be better players,” he says going into his first spring practices with the Bulldogs. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

Fresno State spring football preview: Q&A with defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward

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