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Tyler Russell tosses four touchdown passes - two each to LaDarius Perkins and Chad Bumphis - as Mississippi State thrashes Arkansas 45-14 Saturday to end a three-game losing streak in the series to the Razorbacks.
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Mississippi State fans dont need many reasons to send thedecibel level skyrocketing with their beloved cowbells, but the clang youvebeen hearing lately is the Bulldogs season hitting rock bottom.Theyve lost three straight games and have dropped out ofthe BCS top-25, ruining a 7-0 start during which they were barely tested.Only the ultimate optimist would have given MississippiState...
FSNextTV: Mississippi State defensive coordinator Chris Wilson talks one-on-one with Gene's Page, November 12, 2012.
Seven Mississippi State 2013 verbal commitments took to the field last night in hopes of taking one more step towards a state championship. After last night's action, just four future Bulldogs remain in contention for the #1 spot. Three others have played their final game at their respective high schools.
The Game: Mississippi State (7-3, 3-3 SEC) wraps up the home schedule hosting Division rival Arkansas (4-6, 2-4). Kickoff at Scott Field is 11:21am for the SEC Network, with State’s radio broadcast on XM202/Sirius117. The MSU pre-game broadcast begins locally (100.9 and 96.3) at 8:00 with the full network joining at 9:00.
Arkansas and Mississippi State both rely heavily on the pass with veteran quarterbacks. But Arkansas' Tyler Wilson and State's Tyler Russell might be really tough if they can get their respective running games started.
Here's a live blog from today's Arkansas game with Mississippi State in Starkville, Miss. Follow it live by clicking on the link.
Arkansas at Mississippi State football game photo gallery.
FSNextTV: Houston High School 2013 defensive end Chris Jones, a Mississippi State commitment, is officially presented with his honorary jersey and cap after being selected to play in the 2013 Under Armor All-American Game. Chris and his head coach, Billy Cook, talk about him receiving such a prestigious honor.
Former South Florida commitment Nate Willis has emerged as one of the most coveted junior college defensive backs in the country. This past weekend, Willis took an official visit to Mississippi State to see if the Bulldogs were a good fit for him. FOXSportsNext caught up with him for a recap of his time in Starkville.
Among all the easy and obvious story lines from Saturday’s victory, the outcome may well have swung on consecutive third-quarter series where both Mississippi State and Arkansas faced fourth downs. The Bulldogs converted and ultimately won. The Razorbacks could not, and did not.