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Status remains unclear: Availability of MSU's Russell depends on report from the doctor

September 8, 2013

The status of Mississippi State quarterback Tyler Russell for this week against Auburn is still in the air.
The senior missed the home opener for the Bulldogs against Alcorn State on Saturday, a 51-7 victory, due to a concussion he suffered in week one against Oklahoma State.
Sophomore backup signal caller Dak Prescott stepped in and got his first career start.

SA, French Camp schedule a time to play in October

September 8, 2013

It is not often the high school football schedule changes after the season gets underway, but that very thing has taken place for French Camp Academy and Starkville Academy.
With Tupelo Christian Prep deciding to forgo football this season an open date arose on the Volunteers schedule and after looking at other area schools, coach Jeff Terrill put a call into Panthers’ coach Nathan Wright.

Bulldogs belt Braves: MSU produces huge numbers for 51-7 victory

September 8, 2013

Offensively, the Mississippi State Bulldogs couldn't get much going last week.
They corrected that on Saturday.
The Bulldogs kickstarted their offense with backup quarterback Dak Prescott as they rolled to a 51-7 victory over Alcorn State in the home opener at Davis Wade Stadium.

SMITH COLUMN: Backup Dogs perform well during victory

September 8, 2013

Mississippi State football fans were introduced to several new players and got to know others better on Saturday afternoon.
With injuries to several Bulldogs, it gave backups a chance to shine during a 51-7 victory over the Alcorn State Braves at Davis Wade Stadium.

Shed returns to Starkville as member of the Braves

September 8, 2013

It didn't take long for Starkville native Billy Shed of Alcorn State to introduce himself to Mississippi State's Kivon Coman.
On the opening kickoff, Shed gave Coman a pop just to make sure he knew he was there.

Shumpert shines in Bulldog debut

September 8, 2013

True freshman Ashton Shumpert took the field as a Bulldog for the first time on Saturday. During his appearance the running back compiled 22-carries for 98 yards and two touchdowns.
Shumpert’s two trips to the end zone made him the first true freshman to score twice in a collegiate debut since Chad Bumphis in 2009.

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