MSU sees positive with offense
Sophomore quarterback Dak Prescott (15) helped Mississippi State out-rush the Texas A&M Aggies 299-91, but the Bulldogs lost the game 51-41 in College Station, Tex. (David J. Phillip, AP)
In losses, many teams try to find positive things to take away.
Mississippi State lost an offensive shootout to No. 15 Texas A&M on Saturday 51-41.
The Aggies have one of the best offenses in the country, but it was the Bulldog offense that led in total yards.
The Bulldogs out-gained the Aggies 556-537 in the losing effort.
"A lot of people coming into this game wouldn't think Mississippi State would have more yards, but they had more points," MSU head coach Dan Mullen said after the game. "There is nothing good about losing a game, but I am proud of the way our kids battled for four quarters.Â
"We are going to continue to battle, continue to fight and continue to believe. We are going to need that down the stretch."
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