Monday, September 19, 2016

Monday before Mississippi State-September 19th, 2016


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Mike Traini of "Fight Massachusetts" recaps Saturday's game against FIU. As he says, it wasn't artistic, but we've beaten the one Group-of-Five team we've met. That's a start.

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Matty Vautour has a post about Andrew Ford and Adam Breneman were back on the field together at McGuirk on Saturday.

He also reports Victor Cruz and Tajae Sharpe helped their teams to victory in NFL Week #2.

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Las Vegas has Mississippi State by 23 over the Minutemen.

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Mississippi State saturates the Cleveland area with billboards touting former Bulldog players.

The 2017 schedule for Mississippi State is out. We play 'em the week before the Bulldogs play Alabama. Maybe UMass can catch them looking ahead.

For whom the cowbell tolls, says the Bulldogs need a fired up Dan Mullen.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I agree with you in that John R-W should be getting more touches than he is already. His downhill style will add another dimension to the offense and will help M. Young.

vetteson said...

A. Ford has earned a start against Miss. St. Running game needs improvement and maybe R-W is the man who can do it. Miss. St. lost to South Alabama (joined FBS in '14) and LSU, beat future opponent S. C.. They will score on us but are certainly not Florida. I think we have a chance.

Biggest disappointment Saturday, students vanished after 1st half, and I mean vanished.

Anonymous said...

I would be surprised if Ford didn't get the start on Saturday. He played well, and once he settled in, he looked confident, poised, and ran the offense well. The play calling in the first half left much to be desired, but I thought MW's choices in the second half were better than any of the four we've seen. thus far. Receivers need to step up and catch what is thrown to them.