Pushing his way through the pack and gaining positive yards aren’t strenuous tasks for GSU running back Frank Warren.
Warren is second in the SWAC conference in rushing yards, averaging 104 yards per game.
The 6 foot, 200 pound junior running back worked hard during the off season and now his work is starting to pay off on the field.
The Gramblinite spoke with Warren and received insight from the notable player.Q: How long have you been playing football?
A: Since I was 6 years old.
Q: Besides the physical preparation with the team, what else goes into football during the season?
A: Football is really more of a mental thing. You have to keep going mentally because the physical isn’t the main thing.
Q: What is something that you’ve learned while being under the leadership of Coach Broadway?
A: I’ve learned that he takes his job seriously and he wants us to take our job seriously too, not just in football but in life as well, just things to become a man.
Q: How do you feel about your accomplishments so far in your collegiate career?
A: I feel like I’m doing OK, but I could be doing better. I know as the season goes on I will get better.
Q: What is your most memorable moment of any football game you’ve ever played?
A: My freshman year at Grambling. It was my first college game against Alcorn, I had like 143 yards.
Q: Although football takes up a lot of time, what things do you enjoy doing outside of the sport?
A: Play the game (system), play cards, hang with my friends, and listen to music.
Q: What future plans do you have post graduation?
A: Since I was young I wanted to play in the NFL, but if that doesn’t work out I would like to be a college or high school football coach.