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Positions not settled: Hevesy wants to see MSU offensive linemen compete every day for play

August 7, 2013

Mississippi State offensive line coach John Hevesy, middle, and head coach Dan Mullen, right, instruct players during practice. (Photo by Kim Murrell, For Starkville Daily News)

Offensive line positions for the Mississippi State Bulldogs are still up for grabs according to offensive line coach John Hevesy, but there are a number of players that could seeing playing time in 2013.
There are several players who are going to get definite playing time this year starting with senior left guard Gabe Jackson.
The preseason All-American is the most veteran player on the group, but that doesn't mean much to Hevesy.
"If they don't compete every day, then we're not getting any better," Hevesy said. "The minute we sit back is the minute we get taken advantage of and that's why every day they have to compete to try to push the guy in front of them. That's going to make the guy in front of them better and that's going to make yourself better."

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