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Mississippi State has not had to respond to failure all year long.
This coming week the No. 17 (Associated Press) Bulldogs (7-1, 3-1) have to overcome their first loss of the season.
MSU fell 38-7 to No. 1 Alabama Saturday night in Tuscaloosa. This week things don't get much easier with No. 16 (Associated Press) Texas A&M (6-2, 3-2) heading to Starkville for an 11 a.m. kickoff.
Jessy Ward believes she can provide a nice shooting touch for the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
Coach Vic Schaefer believes she can also.
Ward made four out of six shots from 3-point range and had 20 points for both teams combined during Saturday's Maroon-White Scrimmage at Humphrey Coliseum. She was one of the encouraging signs for Schaefer.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. â€“ The Mississippi State Bulldogs came to Alabama with a lot of confidence and support behind them.
The Alabama Crimson Tide had a little confidence and support of their own with 101,821 in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
By the time the night ended, the No. 13 (Associated Press) Bulldogs could not overcome the No. 1 Tide and fell 38-7.
There's an old adage in football, you must win the battle in the trenches in order to win the game.Â
On Saturday, the Mississippi State Bulldogs found out just how true that saying is as the Crimson Tide dominated the line of scrimmage early setting the tone for the lopsided 38-7 Alabama victory.Â
The Mississippi State Bulldogs took their win streak on the road to Tuscaloosa feeling they were inching closer to the top of the nation's top conference.
Regardless of Saturday's 38-7 loss to the Crimson Tide, there are still some impressive notesthat will make MSU fans proud.Â
The Bulldogsâ€™ 7-1 start is the best start through eight games since 1999 (8-0).