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Tigers top Dogs again: Mississippi State sees 14th-straight loss against LSU

October 6, 2013

Wide receiver De'Runnya Wilson (81) of the Bulldogs breaks away from Tiger defensive back Tre'Davious White on the way to a score. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

Over the last 14 years or so, the LSU game hasn't been kind to Mississippi State. 
That was no different Saturday night.
The Bulldogs dropped a 59-26 decision to No. 10 LSU for their 14th-consecutive loss to the Tigers.
"Give LSU some credit," MSU head coach Dan Mullen said. "They made a lot of big plays, they've got a lot of talented players and showed it at times. I thought we did a great job battling for three quarters and then we wore down a little there in the fourth quarter and didn't finish."
LSU (5-1, 2-1) has won 21 of the last 22 decisions against the Bulldogs (2-3, 0-2). The only win came in 1999 when the Bulldogs beat a 12th-ranked Tiger team at Davis Wade Stadium 17-16. The Bulldogs are now 33-71-3 all-time against the Tigers.

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