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MSU's Mullen in business of helping young people

February 9, 2014

Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen has the best interest of young people at heart when recruiting players. (Photo by Mark Humphrey, AP)

Dan Mullen wants to win football games and eventually a national championship.
The Mississippi State head coach has high expectations every season, but there is one thing above all he wants to do.
That's help young people.
Mullen just welcomed 23 new young men into his football program after National Signing Day.
“I’ve been doing this for 20 years now at a lot of different levels," Mullen said at a press conference on Wednesday announcing the 2014 signing class. "Honestly, I’m in the business to help young people. I take the most pride in watching young men have success in life. That’s what we take pride in within our program."

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