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Thomas' return helps Bulldogs to home victory

November 14, 2013

Fred Thomas looks to drive to the goal for Mississippi State Thursday night. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

The return of Fred Thomas was a much-needed boost for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
The sophomore guard missed the Bulldogs' season opener last Friday for participating in an all-star game not sanctioned by the NCAA. He was forced to be sidelined for one game per the NCAA.
The Jackson native had a game-high 17 points as the Bulldogs had a big second half in a 78-55 victory over the Kennesaw State Owls Thursday night inside Humphrey Coliseum.
"Obviously, Fred's a talent," MSU head coach Rick Ray said. "He's got to do a better job of finishing at the rim because everybody is going to play him as a shooter, so when those opportunities happen, he's got all this strength and weight added to him now. He's got to do a better job of finishing at the rim for us."

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