Dan Mullen considers himself a "rainmaker."
The Mississippi State head football coach has seen nothing but rain this week while out at practice.
The Bulldogs moved over to the farm Monday, where things start to get serious. The first two days there have seen nothing but rain. MSU has been forced inside both days.
A mid afternoon shower hit on Tuesday, but things were looking good for the Bulldogs late afternoon practice.
That wasn't the case.
"The farm started to go pretty good," Mullen said after Tuesday's practice. "The weather forecast said at 4:30, it was done raining for the entire day. There was a zero percent chance. That wasn't until about 5:45 and more rain started to come, thunder and lightning.
"We do the smart thing, which is move inside, and of course then no more storms come at all."
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