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College Football Section:
Mississippi State recruit Marlon Humphrey received the following letter in the mail from coach Dan Mullen – so he claims. It is beyond wonderful!
Guess ill be going to Mississippi State soon….SWAG pic
Mississippi State confirms NCAA looking into “recruiting irregularities”
Ole Miss recruit received 54 hand written letters, no one does recruiting letters like Ole Miss
Undefeated Mississippi State Bulldogs will face undefeated Alabama this week
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Mississippi State first sent one recruit a can of swag and has now sent another, Drew Baker, 102 letters.
“It feels more like bowl prep than spring ball,” Dan Mullen commented. The coach certainly had a point, with the (alleged) 50 degrees and light drizzle his Bulldogs had just finished practicing in. Not that anyone complained. “It was kind of fun,” said Benardrick McKinney. “We stayed juiced-up out there.”
He didn’t really give a halftime speech or anything like that. The third teams were having at each other at the time so Dan Mullen was paying at least some attention there. What the Mississippi State coach really did was stick to the pre-scrimmage plan, and that turned the offense loose in the second ‘half’ of Saturday’s game-type practice at Scott Field.
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It was more of the same for Ole Miss baseball as the Rebels had a hard time scoring. Vanderbilt claimed the series with a 2-1 Saturday victory after winning 3-1 Friday night.