Posted October 18, 2012 on
Mississippi State put the final pieces of its 2013 football schedule together this week, and has announced the completed slate. The Bulldogs will again host seven home games at Scott Field, as well as open the schedule with a neutral site contest.
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Mississippi State basketball commitment I.J. Ready (Parkview Magnet High School) talks about his recent official visit to Mississippi State.
Since Vann Stuedeman was named head softball coach at Mississippi State, Kylie Vry has bought into everything she has tried to instill in the Bulldog softball program. With Stuedeman approaching her second year as head coach, Vry already notices a different attitude about the team, and she feels it bodes well for the 2013 season.
Tyler Russell is receiving justified attention for his excellent SEC play so far this unbeaten Bulldog season. But Mississippi State has quite a supporting act going from the other quarterback in this 2012 system. Dak Prescott is proving a conference-caliber quarterback in his own right.
The Game: #15-ranked Mississippi State (6-0, 3-0 SEC) celebrates Homecoming 2012 by hosting Middle Tennessee (4-2, 2-1 SBC) in the last non-conference game of the season. Kickoff at Scott Field is 6:00. The pre-game Bulldog broadcast begins at 3:00 locally (100.9FM/96.3FM) with the full network broadcast at 4:00.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State's Friday baseball scrimmage.