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Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is a wing eating machine. On Monday night he sat down in Buffalo Wild Wings for a wing eating contest. Mullen ate 15 wings in three minutes, which was good for the win.

Last year Mullen put down 24 wings in five minutes.

Mike Bonner of The Clarion-Ledger tweeted the following Vines of Mullen dominating the contest. You can see the coach wastes no energy with his technique, completely de-meating the wing with one fell swoop to the mouth.

If only his Bulldogs could finish off games like Mullen did this eating contest (sorry, State fans).

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