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On Thanksgiving Day there will be a pair of college football games. One of them will be a match-up between two SEC schools when the Ole Miss Rebels travel to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Ole Miss (7-4) is coming off a loss to No. 8 Missouri which had been preceded by four straight wins. Meanwhile Mississippi State (5-6) defeated Arkansas in overtime last week to break a three game losing streak in which the Bulldogs faced three schools inside the top 15.
Coverage of the game between Ole Miss and Mississippi State will air on ESPN beginning at 7:30 pm ET from Davis Wade Stadium in Starksville, MS.
The Odds: The Ole Miss Rebels are a 3 point favorite against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. The over/under for this game is 52.5 total points.
Will it be Ole Miss or Mississippi St. who wins the battle of Mississippi on Thursday night?
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This was not a joke, even though the title definitely sounds like it is an Onion article. During the Thanksgiving Day game between Mississippi State and Ole Miss the Bullldogs’ mascot (named Bully) was nailed by an ESPN TV cart and needed to be stretchered off the field. The young man who was in the mascot costume apparently suffered a compound fracture and had surgery on Thursday...
We all assumed that the in-state rivalry game between Mississippi State and Ole Miss would be filled with hard hits, but we never thought that a mascot would be on the receiving end of one. During the Egg Bowl last night, MSU’s mascot Bully the Bulldog was drilled by an ESPN golf cart and suffered a broken leg, and actually had to be carted off of the field on a stretcher.
Rivalry Week is always something special, but the popularity of alternate uniforms has upped the ante even more. Now there isn't just victory on the gridiron at stake. Oh no--now teams will compete to see who can kick butt and look good at the same time!Mississippi State has thrown down the uniform gauntlet for Ole Miss ahead of the 110th Egg Bowl (November 28) with these spectacular...
This is one of the worst injuries a person — or furry creature — can get on a football field.
“Bully,” the mascot for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, was knocked out of commission Thursday night when a wayward ESPN TV cart drilled the costumed critter. The student in the mascot suit suffered a compound fracture in the accident and had to have surgery on the injury that night...
The Mississippi State Bulldogs got the victory in their annual Egg Bowl game against Ole Miss, but at what cost.
According to Bleacher Report, Bully the mascot suffered a broken leg after a hit and run during the fourth quarter of Mississippi State’s 17-10 Egg Bowl win over Ole Miss.
state's mascot was just run over by the ESPN golf cart… pic.twitter.com/0NmjbzYHRT
On Tuesday, the Mississippi State Bulldogs unveiled a shiny new set of gold chrome helmets for the Egg Bowl.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen talks about his team's win over Ole Miss in the 2013 Egg Bowl.
Another game, another waiting game for Bulldog fans eager—even desperate—to know who will take the first Mississippi State snap. Wednesday’s SEC teleconference produced no new clues from Dan Mullen, either. “We’ll figure that out at game time, just like last week,” the coach said.
Mississippi State has unveiled the Bulldogs' uniforms for the 2013 Egg Bowl against Ole Miss. Take a look at the maroon and gold threads.
Dak Prescott rushed for a 3-yard touchdown in overtime to lead
Mississippi State past Mississippi 17-10 in the Egg Bowl on
ScoutTV: Mississippi State women's basketball players Kendra Grant, Katia May and Dominique Dillingham talk to the media about their team's 81-63 win over Savannah State.
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — With Mississippi State's offense struggling and time slipping away in the Egg Bowl, coach Dan Mullen turned to Dak Prescott and asked him to win the game.
Ole Miss closes out the regular season in Starkville against in-state rival Mississippi State on Thanksgiving night. We take a look at what to watch for in the Rebels' quest for their eighth win of the season.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State men's basketball players Colin Borchert, Roquez Johnson and Craig Sword talk about their team's 58-56 win over Jackson State University.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State head men's basketball coach Rick Ray talks about his team's 58-56 win over Jackson State University.