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Cowboys lasso Bulldogs: MSU offense falters down stretch in loss

September 1, 2013

Oklahoma State defensive end Jimmy Bean brings down Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott after a short gain on a quarterback keeper on Saturday. (Photo by Richard Carson, AP)

HOUSTON – Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen saw his offense find a rhythm early on, but lose it down the stretch Saturday.
The Bulldogs dropped a 21-3 decision to No. 13 (Associated Press) Oklahoma State in the Advocare Texas Kickoff in Reliant Stadium.
"We made a lot of first-game mistakes," Mullen said. "Offensively, we've got a lot of corrections we can make. I can do a better job making sure we are getting us in the right situations, (and) making adjustments faster and better."

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