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While calling the Kentucky Wildcats-Mississippi State Bulldogs game on Thursday night, Rece Davis made a joke about Mark May losing weight. In an attempt to follow up the joke, David Pollack called Mark May “tan,” making for an extremely awkward few seconds during ESPN’s broadcast. Probably not the best use of judgement on Pollack’s part.
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Well, this is awkward. It probably wasn't in the best interest of David Pollack to follow up Rece Davis' joke about May losing weight with one of his own here. He could have gone with another word on this card like "over" or "spear" but nope, he went with "tan." I'll give an Over/Under for 8:00 of the 2nd Quarter for a forced apology...
ESPN college football analyst David Pollack is having a tough month in the PR department. First, he implied on College GameDay that women shouldn’t be on the college football playoff committee because they haven’t played the game before. Now, during the network’s broadcast of Mississippi State vs. Kentucky tonight, he’s called Mark May “tan”.
Perhaps the Worldwide...
During ESPN's Thursday football telecast, David Pollack called Mark May "tan." Even worse for Pollack, his booth mates buried him with an awkward silence.
Mississippi State’s equipment team just had an “oops” moment. Either that or Bulldogs tight end Artimas Samuel did something to really tick them off.
Samuel’s jersey for tonight’s game against Kentucky unfortunately reads “Sameul” – KSTV’s Thomas Beisner spotted the blunder.
Mississippi State matching crazy helmets with jerseys where spelling doesn’t matter...
Yesterday during his talking, but NOT discussing injuries, with the media portion of his day, Dan Mullen said that he and his players treat Kentucky, who is Mississippi State's permanent East opponent, as "a little bit" of a rivalry game. While that's probably a stretch because KENTUCKY FOOTBALL, I hope both teams treat it as such tonight, as it is a terrible...
FSNextTV: Included are highlights of Mississippi State basketball newcomers I.J. Ready and Fallou Ndoye performing in the Wednesday night basketball scrimmage.
Notes and statistics from Kentucky's game Thursday night at Mississippi State. The Wildcats posted 325 yards in total offense, their highest total in SEC play this season.
Mississippi State Bulldogs punter Devon Bell did exactly what he was not supposed to do: Fumble a perfectly good snap out of the end zone for a safety.
This edition of AllWildcats.com GAMEDAY brings you everything you need to know about tonight's Kentucky versus Mississippi State matchup in Starkville.
For whatever reasons beating Kentucky doesn’t easily for the Dan Mullen and Mississippi State. Yet win they do, if this 28-22 victory demanded a Bulldog defensive stand that was just fine by the coach. “Hoooo-eeee!” he said. “We keep everybody tuned in right to the last minute, don’t we?”
It only took Mississippi State five plays to get on the scoreboard tonight against Kentucky. On 3rd-and-6 from their own 40-yard line, Bulldogs quarterback Dak Prescott was able to escape pressure and find his tight end, Malcolm Johnson, down the field for a 60-yard touchdown. There wasn’t even anyone else in the picture when Johnson caught the ball.
Former Florida Gator Jesse Palmer stated that he thinks Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott is a better running quarterback than Tim Tebow and Alex Smith.
Thursday night will be the first time in Mark Stoops’ career as a head coach that he does not face a team ranked in the Top 20. That doesn’t mean it will be any easier for his 1-5 Wildcats to walk away with the win on the road. Mississippi State used to be a game that Kentucky fans looked forward to. The Bulldogs always seemed to share the cellar of the SEC, giving the ‘Cats...
Kentucky Wildcats vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs football preview and predictions. Who wins this Thursday night showdown in Starkville?
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State baseball's Friday scrimmage, October 25, 2013.