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As ink flowed through the pens used to sign national letters of intent on Wednesday, Mississippi State University added five more players to its 2020 recruiting class. In total, MSU has signed 26 players since December 2018, according to a press release from the MSU Athletic Department. 

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As the confetti rained down on the red and yellow uniforms of the Kansas City Chiefs, three former Mississippi State University bulldogs earned their super bowl rings, marking a total of 25 maroon and white kisses on the Vince Lombardi trophy. 

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The life of former Mississippi State University wide receiver De’Runnya “Bear”  Wilson was cut short Tuesday afternoon. The Birmingham Police Department reported he was found dead in his home by a family member. Wilson was just 25 years old when he passed away. 

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Early Wednesday afternoon, the Mississippi State University Athletics announced the hiring of Zach Arnett as defensive coordinator. Arnett is joining the marauding pirates and screaming fighter planes of Mike Leach’s air-raiding football program. 

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In the wake of former head coach Joe Moorhead being relieved of his duties, Mississippi State University Director of Athletics John Cohen told the MSU fanbase the only word on a new coach they could trust would be the one from his mouth. 

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Only two games remain in the regular season for the Mississippi State University Bulldogs. They will need to win both of them if they hope to make a post-season bowl game. This has left a sense of urgency with the Bulldog's starting quarterback Tommy Stevens, a graduate from Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Mississippi State University football players stopped by the T.K. Martin Center to meet with the preschool program where they saw the new MSU “Selfless” uniforms that will be worn at the game this Saturday. These uniforms will be worn in support of the T.K. Martin Center.

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Tommy Stevens is back, but not better than ever as the Mississippi State University football team fell 38-7 to the University of Alabama on Saturday. While the return of Stevens to Davis Wade Stadium was certainly positive for MSU’s offense, the fifth ranked Crimson Tide team was too much fo…

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Before the ball left the quarterback’s hands and spiraled through the air, Mississippi State University’s Marcus Murphy knew exactly where the ball was going. 

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On a Saturday afternoon in the hills of Fayetteville, Mississippi State University’s quarterback Tommy Stevens stepped back onto the field and took control from the first drive of the game as MSU beat the University of Arkansas 54-24.

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When head coach Joe Moorhead first stepped off of the plane as Mississippi State University’s head coach, he carried with him a swagger and the expectation that MSU's football team could be molded into a championship team. 

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Intensity and passion described the response from Mississippi State University’s head coach Joe Moorhead, as he pounded the table following a 36-13 loss to Louisiana State University. 

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The first words out of head coach Joe Moorhead’s mouth after Mississippi State University’s embarrassing 20-10 loss at the University of Tennessee summed up the failure of the football team.

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Saturday night showed how quickly a game can fall apart, as the first six minutes of the ballgame saw Mississippi State University’s starting quarterback go down and Auburn University go up by 21 points.

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Kylin Hill is a human highlight reel. The most impressive aspect of his run game is the consistency with which he makes defenders look silly, be it with a stiff arm, a juke move, a hurtle or a dive for the goal line like the one that resulted in his first touchdown of the day against the Uni…

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It was an incomplete football team that took the field for Mississippi State University Saturday, and it was an incomplete team that eventually fell against the Kansas State Wildcats 31-24.

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The sound of cowbells will rain down upon the purple and silver of Kansas State University, welcoming them into the scorching cauldron of Davis Wade Stadium. 

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Despite Saturday’s 38-15 win over the University of Southern Mississippi, there was cause for immediate concern for Mississippi State University regarding the health of starting quarterback Tommy Stevens, a graduate student from Indianapolis, Indiana, and a transfer from Penn State University.

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Despite an uncomfortable heat wave, Mississippi State University handled the game against the University of Southern Mississippi easily on Saturday, defeating the Golden Eagles 38-15. 

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Under the lights of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Jaquarius Landrews shone with eight tackles against the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, just a third of the total he had the year before.

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The first home game of the 2019 Bulldog football season will be a hot and sweltering one, as Mississippi State University is set to play the University of Southern Mississippi at 2:30 p.m.

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A meeting with Joe Moorhead  would prove the move that Tommy Stevens, a senior quarterback from Indianapolis, Indiana, made from State College, Pennsylvania to Mississippi State University, was the right one. 

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It has been 10 years since former Mississippi State University quarterback Tyson Lee stepped off of the field one last time, following a 41-27 victory over The University of Mississippi in the 2009 egg bowl.

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The weather in Starkville cleared up just long enough Saturday for Mississippi State University to get their spring football Maroon and White Game played in the midst of Super Bulldog Weekend.

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The American Alliance of Football, also known as the AAF, has "suspended operations" as of Wednesday, with the possible cause being a lack of financial support.

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Scouts from all 32 NFL teams, along with some scouts from the CFL, crowded around the Mississippi State University football players at the Palmeiro Center for the biggest job interview of their lives.

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Jeffery Simmons, a former MSU defensive lineman from Macon, was preparing for the NFL draft this April 25-27 when he suffered a major setback according to a statement released on his Twitter.

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A new class of "Bullpups" officially joined the Mississippi State University family today, as 22 players signed national letters of intent to continue their education and athletic careers at MSU. 

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While many hearts were left broken throughout Saints' country following the NFC Championship Game, one thing was made clear: the NFL does whatever the hell it wants.

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There is more to life than just football, and the same can be said about a bowl game. On the surface, a bowl game is just a football game. However, as the Mississippi State University players, coaching staff and their families learned, bowl games are more than that.

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The ball dropped to the ground, along with the hope of Mississippi State University scoring a late touchdown to win the game. The University of Iowa won 27-22 with the Bulldogs falling short, just like the pass, of a 9-4 season.

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Mississippi State University's football team's first season under new head coach Joe Moorhead ended with winning the most important trophy for MSU and the players getting to smoke their victory cigars.

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As Jeffery Simmons, a junior defensive lineman from Macon, was interviewed, he held a cigar in his hand. The sweet, smoky smell from the players' cigars filled the air as they relished in their victory and receiving the Golden Egg back.

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Justin Johnson, a senior wide receiver from Birmingham, Alabama, walked out of the tunnel onto Scott Field at Davis Wade Stadium one last time as a Mississippi State University Bulldog for the military appreciation game.

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The crowd erupted as the C-17 flew low over the stadium, and they would erupt many more times with the clanging of cowbells as Mississippi State University defeated the University of Arkansas on senior day 52-6.

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One day is not enough, one uniform does not do them justice, one game cannot show our gratitude. The veterans from Mississippi State University, the state of Mississippi and those of the U.S. deserve more than just a day, just a uniform and just a game for their sacrifice.

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Mississippi State University has a rich tradition in football and military service, though these two may not seem connected. Football uses a lot of terms from war such as field general, captain, command, trenches, air raids, defense and blitzes.

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There have only been two interceptions thrown by the University of Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, a sophomore quarterback from Ewa Beach, Hawaii. One found the hands of Mississippi State University's Willie Gay Jr., a sophomore linebacker from Starkville.