Posted August 15, 2013 on
Mississippi State certainly made the most of the second major scrimmage this preseason, working under the Scott Field lights longer into the evening than expected. Of course it took a while to get what Coach Dan Mullen estimated at 150 or more snaps completed, which should keep the staff busy all night evaluating.
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Mississippi State junior Dillon Day is a pretty good center -- so good, in fact, that he's been named to the Rimington Trophy watch list for the second consecutive season.
Sure, the watch list highlights 43 other centers too. But I doubt there's another hog molly on that list who can snap a bowling ball as well as he can snap a football.
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Mississippi State center Dillon Day just can’t turn it off – his role on the football field, that is. Day and the Bulldogs recently went bowling as part of a team building activity ahead of the 2013 season. Day’s form shouldn’t come as a surprise.
I guess there is a reason that he starts. And if football doesn’t work out…
It would require a scorecard to chart all the changes made to Mississippi State’s defensive coaches over the past four seasons. Yet there is one reassuring constant on that side of the staff, with Tony Hughes still here taking care of business as well as Bulldog safeties.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State safety Dee Arrington August 14, 2013 interview.
Mississippi State Director of Baseball Operations Tyler Bratton talks about the upcoming baseball schedules.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State safety Quadry Antoine August 14, 2013 interview.
Mississippi State center Dillon Day stole the show at the bowling alley, throwing this strike from the center position. Even The Dude is impressed.