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Media picks MSU to finish fifth in SEC West

Mississippi State has been picked to finish fifth in the SEC Western Division by media members attending SEC Media Days this week. The Bulldogs received one vote to win the SEC outright and four players were picked preseason All-SEC. Junior

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Prescott picks up two more accolades

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott collected two more honors Wednesday being selected to the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award watch list as well as nominated for the Allstate American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team. The Davey O’Brien Award is

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SEC Media Days: Dak Prescott

Mississippi State junior quarterback Dak Prescott discusses the Bulldogs upcoming season and what his own expectations are at SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala., on Tuesday. (Video courtesy of the SEC)

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Prescott working at Manning Passing Academy

Mississippi State junior quarterback Dak Prescott will serve as a counselor at the 18th annual Manning Passing Academy on the campus of Nicholls State in Thibodaux, La. The camp will be headed up by former NFL and Ole Miss great

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Back in the saddle again

I’m back in the Magnolia State after spending the past week in Tucson, Ariz., with my daughter for a much needed vacation. I think it’s gonna take a few days to adjust back to this time zone, especially after getting

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Post spring tackle review

Blaine Clausell has started 29 games at left tackle for the Bulldogs.  (AP Photo/Kerry Smith)

Mississippi State does not have many questions offensively but one thing Dan Mullen will have to address is at right tackle. Charles Siddoway has been a bookend for the Bulldogs the last two seasons starting every game. Now MSU will

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Mullen talks scheduling, spring practice

Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen joined the rest of the league’s coaches on the SEC teleconference today to discuss spring practice and future scheduling. Mullen also spoke about the tragic tornadoes that claimed the lives and homes of people around the

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Post spring wide receivers review

Jameon Lewis returns as the Bulldogs leading receiver in 2013. (AP Photo/Jay Sailors)

The wide receivers got in a lot of work this spring. It wasn’t just in the spring game that there were a lot of balls in the air. Mississippi State’s quarterbacks passed the ball a bunch at practices this spring

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Post spring running back review

The backfield seemed a little less crowded this spring as it was in 2013. LaDarius Perkins was lost to graduation and Derrick Milton transferred to McNeese State midyear. Dontavian Lee and Aeris Williams won’t be in until the summer leaving

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Post spring quarterback review

Spring football is in the books for Mississippi State. Over the next few weeks I’ll breakdown the team by position and give my evaluations bases on what I saw this spring. First up will be the quarterbacks. Unlike most of

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Postgame interviews: Spring game

The Maroon Team prevailed 41-38 in Mississippi State’s annual spring game on a 28-yard field goal by Evan Sobiesk on the final play. After the game Sobiesk, Dan Mullen, A.J. Jefferson, Fred Brown, Dak Prescott and Chris Jones talked about

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