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Fortune goes against the Bulldogs in baseball losses

April 28, 2014

Mississippi State baseball coach John Cohen, right, has a conversation with an umpire earlier this season. (Photo by Lee Adams)

Baseball is game full of funny hops and the winning in unlikely ways.
Mississippi State head coach John Cohen found that out for himself this past weekend.
"It's not like football," Cohen said of the sport he coaches. "(In football) you line up and say 'hey my 320-pound guy is bigger than your 290-pound guy and I'm going to run over him.' There's a degree of fortune that goes into this stuff. Sometime you're fortunate and sometimes it goes against you."

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