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MSU quarterbacks deal with injury bug

November 17, 2013

Mississippi State freshman quarterback Damian Williams, left, throws under pressure from Alabama linebacker Adrian Hubbard on Saturday night. (Photo by Butch Dill, AP)

With all the injuries that have affected Mississippi State this season, it would be easy for head coach Dan Mullen to throw his hands up and give up.
Sophomore quarterback Dak Prescott missed Saturday's game against Alabama after suffering what Mullen calls a "stinger" against Texas A&M two weekends ago.
Senior signal caller Tyler Russell left in the fourth quarter against the Crimson Tide after hurting his shoulder while trying to make a tackle after an interception. 
Mullen didn't have an exact update, but he feels optimistic that both quarterbacks will be back for Saturday's game against Arkansas in Little Rock, Ark.
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