#ThanksDak: Bullies whip Pack in Belk Bowl

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No, it wasn’t a New Year’s Six Bowl.  But it was the sixth bowl trip in a row for Mississippi State, and the final game of the best player in the history of Mississippi State football.

And, he certainly went out in style.  On a rain weary night at Bank of America field in Charlotte, NC, Dak Prescott led the Bulldogs to a dominant 51-28 thumping of the NC State Wolfpack.  Prescott passed for 380 yards and four TDs before bowing out late in the game with a wave to the crowd and an embrace for his coach Dan Mullen.

Thanks for the memories, Dak.  Thanks for everything.

also:  Dak, No other Bulldog like him, forever changed MSU

#GAMEWEEK

The final countdown to the 2013-14 NCAA College Football season is upon us, and Game Week is here.

Yeah, Baby!!

Game One Predictions will follow on Wednesday.

 

7 days from kickoff     Mississippi State Football.      #Fight4MSU      #HailState

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No. 7 Matt Wyatt played QB for the Bulldogs during the 1996-1999 seasons. During his career for the Bulldogs, he threw for 2940 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was named to the SEC All-Freshman team in 1996 and was a four year letterman for the Bulldogs, earning those honors for the 1996-1999 seasons. In April of 2011, Wyatt was named Color Analyst for the Mississippi State football broadcast crew, where he works alongside Jim Ellis and John Correro.

88 days

How bout dem dawgs!

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College football season will be here before you know it.

(thank goodness)

Tech beats State: SOS

cross-posted at Pike County Times

Same old State.
Can’t run, can’t pass. Multiple turnovers. Special teams are anything but.
Bonehead personal foul penalties.
Not a single first down in the 4th quarter.
Shut out in the second half.

And yet they still had a chance to win.
Trailing by eight points with 3 minutes to go, a State punt was mishandled by Tech, giving the Dogs a 1st down in Tech territory.

Same old State.
A three-and-out, featuring a dropped pass gave State one more opportunity to punt, netting a lousy 15 yards. Tech runs out the clock, punts on the last play, and it’s game over.

C-L reported that Coach Croom was coy in the week leading up to this disaster, promising a more exciting brand of football for State fans. “You need to buy a ticket to see for yourself,” he said. He was right. It was an exciting night to remember for La Tech, and another forgettable night of frustration for the Maroon.

Coach Croom has been given every opportunity to field a competitive team. I’m sorry to say that my patience has been exhausted. This loss was every bit as difficult to watch as the Maine debacle. It will be Same old State, as long as we have the same old excuse for a weak football coach.

Fire Sylvester Croom.

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