Posted October 01, 2013 on
After a first-month of nothing but spread-type offenses, Mississippi State finally has to measure its muscle against an opponent that brings pure power to the field. Or at least that is the popular story line. Back in the Bulldog secondary they see another sort of story while scouting Louisiana State.
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FSNextTV: Mississippi State freshman righthanded pitcher Avery Geyer talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
For the first time since the season-opening game against Oklahoma State, Mississippi State will have both of its quarterbacks healthy and available to play on Saturday when they take on LSU in Starkville. Tyler Russell, who started the season, suffered a concussion against the Cowboys and was replaced by Dak Prescott, who has started the last three games.
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FSNextTV: Mississippi State freshman pitcher Zac Houston talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
Maybe there were a few Bulldogs staring at the video yesterday, increasingly anxious at what was on the meeting room screen. Not LaDarius Perkins. He’s seen his share of Louisiana State defenses before. Names and numbers change, the product stays the same.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State freshman righthanded pitcher Austin Sexton talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
FSNextTV: A video interview with Mississippi State redshirt freshman defensive lineman Nelson Adams.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior college transfer righthanded pitcher Ben Hudspeth talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
Here are pictures from Wednesday afternoon (October 2nd) of work being done on Mississippi State's Dudy Noble Field infield.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State senior basketball player Colin Borchert talk one-on-one with Gene's Page, September 30, 2013.
Tyler Jones and Jordan Harris are excited about their futures at Mississippi State, but it's even sweeter knowing they will be able to stay together at the next level. Get to know these two characters from Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson right here.