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Mississippi State University is located in Starkville, Miss., a small southern town with a population just shy of 24,000. If you could look up The Opposite of Las Vegas in a dictionary, a place like Starkville would likely appear.
So it’s a little confusing why Mississippi State’s football program is comparing its hometown to the Nevada wonderland.
Ballers on campus today in Starkvegas!! On that #grind pic.twitter.com/S4ulK64a9u
— Ryan McNamara (@CoachMcNamara9) June 10, 2014
Like everything in college football these days, that photo is probably something to show off to recruits. But if a high school prospect is expecting Mississippi State’s campus to be like Las Vegas, they won’t be pleased when they arrive.
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