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Heading into the bye week, Mississippi State is not at 100 percent healthy.
Leading up to the Bulldogs 21-20 win over the Bowling Green Falcons on homecoming, head coach Dan Mullen said there were six offensive lineman who were sidelined at one point or time in practice.
Entering last Friday night's game, I thought Eupora was going to come out and have no problem with Bruce.
When the dust finally settled around 9:30 p.m., it was Bruce who walked away with a 25-20 victory.
The Eagles played well in the first half, but struggled offensively in the second half and it cost them.
After dropping the last two contests some might be wondering if East Websterâ€™s six-win undefeated start was simply a fluke.
Were they simply lucky? Were they playing what could be called cupcake opponents or are the losses a result of the playing in an extremely competitive division?
Mississippi State softball coach Vann Stuedeman said last week that there would be a baseball-type of mentality brought to games next spring when it comes to managing the pitching staff.
Fans who attended Sunday's doubleheader against Shorter College got to see some of that approach.
It wasn't the night Mississippi Stat fans expected for homecoming, but at least it was a win.
The Bulldogs struggled for most of the second half, but held on to beat Bowling Green 21-20 Saturday night at Davis Wade Stadium.
"That's a good win for us," MSU head coach Dan Mullen said. "A win's a win. We'll take it. That's a very good football team. We knew that coming in though."
OK, the Mississippi State Bulldogs are now 3-3 overall after a 21-20 homecoming victory over Bowling Green.
Let's see what they can do with the rest of the season.
We are now exactly at the halfway point of the season and trying to figure out this bunch of Bulldogs remains a very difficult thing to do.
The video board at Davis Wade Stadium introduced both Tyler Russell and Dak Prescott as the starting quarterbacks.
The senior Russell got the start as the took snaps on the Bulldogs' first offensive possession of the game, but Prescott got his fair share of playing time.Â