Mississippi State football

Mississippi State assistant coach Marcus Johnson, left shows offensive lineman Greg Eiland proper hand and arm positions during a practice last season.

In the landscape of college football, change is inevitable.

Players graduate. Some move on to professional careers. The only thing for sure is that from year to year, adjustments will always need to be made.

Such is the case for Mississippi State’s offensive line in 2019. The group lost a pair of key contributors in center Elgton Jenkins and guard Deion Calhoun. While three starters are back for the Bulldogs, the ripple effect of the departures of Jenkins and Calhoun is that there has been plenty of shifting along State’s offensive front this offseason.

For more on the MSU offensive line prospects for 2019, see Wednesday's Starkville Daily News.

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