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Fun In The Sun: The MSU Fan’s Guide To Visiting Jacksonville And The Taxslayer Bowl

Days before Mississippi State beat Arkansas in Fayetteville back in November, the coldest and windiest game of the year for the Bulldogs, junior quarterback Nick Fitzgerald said he was hoping for a win for many reasons, but chief among them … Continue reading

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Q&A With New Pass Game Coordinator And QB Coach Andrew Breiner

On Wednesday morning, Mississippi State football announced the hiring of Andrew Breiner as the pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach for new head coach Joe Moorhead. Breiner and Moorhead have a long history together, having worked together initially for three … Continue reading

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The Science Behind Weatherspoon, William And MSU’s Buzzer-Beating Shots

For over 40 years, my dad has been teaching psychology at Mississippi State. Dr. Thomas Carskadon’s section of General Psychology can be one of the toughest to get into, despite the fact that it’s held in a 300-person auditorium in … Continue reading

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From Plane To Fame: Behind The Scenes Of Joe Moorhead’s First Day At MSU

Through third parties, Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead had an idea he could be a candidate for head coach at Mississippi State before the Bulldogs were technically even in the market for one. MSU athletic director John Cohen, who … Continue reading

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Scheme, Philosophy, Recruiting And The History Channel: A Q&A With Joe Moorhead

On Wednesday morning, Mississippi State announced Joe Moorhead as its new head football coach, and on Wednesday afternoon, the innovative coordinator behind Penn State’s offensive explosion the last two seasons touched down in Starkville to be officially welcomed as a … Continue reading

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Fitzgerald Takes Over As Leader During Coaching Transition

The gap barely stretched 48 hours of real time, but from Sunday night to Wednesday morning, Mississippi State’s old football coach was gone and its new one had yet to be identified. The coaching vacuum was impressively brief, but when … Continue reading

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The Evolution Of The Egg Bowl, Its Passion And Its New Meaning For MSU

Long before Nick Fitzgerald was a record-breaking quarterback for Mississippi State, and years before Dak Prescott was QB1 for the biggest franchise in the country, the two young men were relative unknowns at a game together for the first time. … Continue reading

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Collins To Retire After 41 Years As Team Physician For MSU Football

There are a great many ways to measure success, and in sports, longevity is often one of the best indicators. After all, in such a competitive world, you’re only allowed to keep doing something as long as you’re good at … Continue reading

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Bulldogs Rally Around ‘The Chain,’ Display Strength In Win At Arkansas

Every Saturday, the last person to talk to Mississippi State’s football team before they board buses bound for whatever stadium they’re playing in that week, is Nick Savage. In the early afternoon of October 28 in College Station, Texas, Savage … Continue reading

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Williams, Simmons lead way as Bulldogs find new identity

No one can be all that surprised by it. When Dak Prescott finished his college career and moved to Dallas to become the Cowboys’ starting quarterback, there was a hole left in his wake at Mississippi State, a vacuum of … Continue reading

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