Found November 03, 2012 on
Throw The Flag:
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were practicing in a parking lot at 7:30 am in the morning for their 11 am CT game against the Texas A&M Aggies. It doesn’t seem like these guys will come out lethargic against the Aggies who are known for blowing second half leads. Head Coach Dan Mullen has done a great job turning around Miss State this year after only suffering a loss to the number 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. They actually have a chance to win the SEC West this year. Not many people would have predicted this. We love to watch SEC football played in a parking lot. HT @RickMuscles
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No. 16 Texas A&M went into Starkville, Mississippi, and dominated the No. 15 Mississippi State Bulldogs, opening up a 24-0 halftime lead, then cruising to a 38-13 SEC road win. Johnny Manziel passed for 336 yards and rushed for 129 yards to lead the Aggies.
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Surprisingly, it wasn't that close.
Johnny Football (Manziel) and the Texas A&M Aggies erased what few questions their were about life in the SEC by totally destroying the 15th ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs, 38-13.
Manziel ran for 129 yards and 2 TD's and threw for 311 yards in a game that saw the Aggies run 97 plays and gain 693 yards of offense.
Kivon Coman signed on with Mississippi State out of Florence High School. Now enrolled at Hargrave Military, Coman is set to join the Bulldogs in January. See footage of Coman in action against Georgia Military in this FOXSportsNext video presentation.
FSNextTV: West Bolivar (MS) High School 2013 running back Kailo Moore, a Mississippi State commitment, is showcased in these 2012 season highlights vs Leland HS, Simmons HS and East Side HS.
Included are stats and notes for Mississippi State baseball for scrimmages played through October 28th.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Friday's Mississippi State's Maroon-White World Series game, which was won by the white team 6-1.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Saturday's Mississippi State's Maroon-White World Series game, which was won by the white team 7-3.