The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns held a split squad practice on Thursday, with veteran players working out in the morning, with newcomers practicing in the evening.

"They came out excited and were ready to practice, but we looked a little sloppy," Hudspeth said of the overall workout. "We had some tipped balls, but the defense was in great position and got a couple of turnovers. Overall, it was a solid day and I hope to see a lot of improvement on Friday." (

Quarterbacks Brooks Haack, Jalen Nixon and Jordan Davis all split time working with the #1 offense.  Hudspeth said the quarterback job remains open, as the Cajuns look to replace all time total offense leader Terrance Broadway.

Tracy Walker and T. J. Worthy both notched interceptions for the defense, both on tipped balls.

Training camp continues with the first full squad practice scheduled for 5:30 this evening.  RCAF members  and Quarterback Club members are welcome to attend practice with proper credentials.