CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN IN TO SHOW LaDarius Perkins is compact runner with vision, patience, and power. Modest production in 2012, rushing for 1,024 yards on 205 carries and catching 19 passes for 160 yards. Reminds me a bit of Christine Michaels of the Seattle Seahawks. Michaels was ranked third on my board last season. Perkins will make his draft push once the season ends. Once team ca...
Not many people would’ve predicted Rice to win the Conference USA title, but their season opening battle versus SEC competitor Texas A&M was the first of many promising signs for the ever-improving football program. Facing off against the Owls, Mississippi State endured another up and down season that had more disappointing injuries than successes.
LaDarius Perkins is in the midst of his fourth post season bowl week in his career at Mississippi State. The Greenville, Mississippi native is part of the only senior class in Bulldog history to accomplish such a feat. Perkins sat down with Genespage and talked about his feelings heading into the final game of his Bulldog career.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State senior running back LaDarius Perkins talks one-on-one with Gene's Page, December 14, 2013.
Maybe there were a few Bulldogs staring at the video yesterday, increasingly anxious at what was on the meeting room screen. Not LaDarius Perkins. He’s seen his share of Louisiana State defenses before. Names and numbers change, the product stays the same.
FSNext-TV: Mississippi State running back LaDarius Perkins talks about his team's upcoming game against Alabama.
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(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By DAVID BRANDT AP Sports Writer First there was Anthony Dixon. Then there was Vick Ballard.
While both are now in the NFL, the string of great Mississippi State running backs continues.
The latest is LaDarius Perkins, who is putting up big numbers for the No. 13 Bulldogs (7-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) as they prepare to face No. 1 Alabama (7...
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October 24, 2012
Middle Tennessee had No. 15 Mississippi State's offense frustrated for the better part of three quarters Saturday night.
But when the Bulldogs finally broke a big play, the Blue Raiders couldn't find a way to stop them.
Mississippi State beat Middle Tennessee 45-3, turning a seven-point halftime advantage into a blowout by scoring five second-half touchdowns, including...
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October 21, 2012
(Eds: Updates.) By DAVID BRANDT AP Sports Writer LaDarius Perkins isn't the kind of player who scares a Southeastern Conference defense.
Generously listed at 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, he's not the prototype for an every-down running back. But he certainly has speed, strength, and most importantly, he has the backing of fourth-year Bulldogs' coach Dan Mullen as the team...
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August 29, 2012