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MSU assistant arrested for DUI

A member of Mississippi State’s football staff was arrested for driving under the influence early Saturday morning. Arrest records indicate that recruiting specialist Rod Gibson was arrested by the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department. The Clarion Ledger first reported that Gibson’s

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TV times set for first three football games

Kickoff times and television networks have been named for the first three Mississippi State football games this fall. The Bulldogs open at home against South Alabama on Sept. 3 at 11 a.m. on SEC Network then host South Carolina the

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Simmons, eight others enroll for June term

Jeffrey Simmons was among the nine signees to enroll at Mississippi State on Thursday. (Photo Courtesy of 247Sports.com)

Mississippi State announced that nine football players from the 2016 signing class have enrolled as classes started for the June term on Thursday. Among those beginning both their academic and football careers as Bulldogs is Noxubee County defensive end Jeffery

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Clayborn named to Rimington Trophy watch list

Mississippi State senior Jamaal Clayborn has been named to the watch list for the Rimington Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation’s top collegiate center. Clayborn has appeared in 23 games during his Bulldog career including 12 starts last

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Murphy in the mix in MSU’s backfield

Redshirt freshman Alec Murphy is one of six scholarship running backs Mississippi State will use this season. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

There’s no denying that Mississippi State’s running game struggled last season. But there will be no shortage of options in the backfield as the Bulldogs try to turn things around in 2016. Not only will MSU have all four running

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Mullen talks post spring

Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen joined the rest of the league coaches on the SEC West Teleconference on Thursday. Here is a transcript of Mullen’s time on the call: Opening comment: Mullen: “It was a good spring. We got a lot of

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Eight more Bulldogs are NFL bound

Chris Jones, Will Redmond and Dak Prescott all heard their name called during the 2016 NFL Draft. But that trio will not be the only former Mississippi State players that receive a shot at the next level. Six other Bulldogs

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Mullen, McCrary raise $35k for charity

The Mississippi State duo of Dan Mullen and Fred McCrary finished tied for sixth at the 2016 Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge Tuesday and raised $35,000 for charity. Mullen and McCrary combined to finish 7-under-par and have now raised $195,000 for

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Mullen has no intentions of leaving

  STARKVILLE – Every offseason since 2009, Dan Mullen has heard his name associated with just about every major college coaching vacancy. It has become somewhat of a tradition for Mullen to see where he is going to land next.

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Mullen, McCrary hit the links again for charity

Dan Mullen is back out raising money for charity. Two weeks ago, Mullen raised over $40,000 by finishing the Boston Marathon. Now the Mississippi State coach is competing in a sport with a slower pace. Mullen will again team up

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Prescott picked by Cowboys in fourth round

Dak Prescott became the third and final Mississippi State player picked in the 2016 NFL Draft. Prescott was selected in the fourth round (135th overall) by the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday becoming the Bulldogs’ first quarterback taken since Don Smith

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