Posted September 23, 2013 on
2014 Petal (MS) High School 3-star wide receiver Jesse Jackson talks about his visit to Mississippi State this past weekend.
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Mississippi State quarterback commitment Nick Fitzgerald, of Richmond HIll (GA) High School, watched his first Mississippi State football game this past Saturday.
It proved no problem that Mississippi State’s veteran quarterback stayed sidelined a little longer after his August concussion. Because Dak Prescott was able to ring Troy’s bell in a 62-7 Bulldog victory.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State redshirt freshman pitcher Tony Anello talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
Mississippi State shows 68 players participating in the win over Troy. They were: (*--started this game, season GP-GS):
FSNextTV: Mississippi State football players Gabe Jackson, Benardrick McKinney, Matthew Wells, Jamerson Lewis and Dak Prescott talk about their team's 62-7 victory over Troy.
Mississippi State figured some sort of record had been set in the rout of Troy when two Bulldogs both rushed, received, and caught touchdowns. Now it is known more than a program mark was made at Scott Field Saturday. That was Southeastern Conference history being set by Dak Prescott and Jameon Lewis.