Mississippi State football

Mississippi State tight end Farrod Green plants a flag at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium following a win over Ole Miss last season.

For all the talk after last season of how Mississippi State needed more consistent quarterback play in the passing game and more production from wide receivers, there’s another group of Bulldogs that could play a vital role as MSU and head coach Joe Moorhead look to get the air attack to become more of a threat in 2019.

The men in the spotlight could end up being the tight ends.

For more on the MSU tight end unit, see Saturday's Starkville Daily News.

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