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    How mad is the clarion ledger that we came back? I bet they had a zinger on deck

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    Quote Originally Posted by MStateU View Post
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    Now how exactly can they give Ole Miss credit for our win tonight? I'm sure they will come up with something even if they have to invoke Bacon's Law.


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    Nah. Game ended too late for the Nashville copy writers to think of something clever to tell the imps at the C-L to write.


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    CL headline tomorrow

    Despite poor showing by bulldogs, who were obviously outperformed by tigers, state wins a baseball game due to baseball rules crediting runs as points scored instead of walks by your own pitcher as a point scored. Credit to the rebels for not losing a game tonight.


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    More Like Tigers lose lead late in game to Bulldogs. Instead of Bulldogs rally to beat the Tigers.


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    Mississippi State squanders 2-0 after the 1st when Tigers put up unanswered runs in 3 of the first 5 innings. State stays alive and goes ahead in 7th thanks to a perfectly thrown pitch that took a wild bounce off of a divot left in the batters box earlier in the game by Tanner Allen. Missouri players said they lost focus in the latter innings because they were looking ahead to a possible spot in Hoover at the SEC Tournament paired up against Ole Miss. With Ole Miss pitching being suspect, Missouri players knew they had a shot at knocking off the Rebels in Hoover and forgot about the current game in the pivotal 7th inning. Even though Landon Sims came in and pitched as the closer, the Save credit went to Plumlee from Ole Miss. Plumlee is the projected Friday night starter for the remainder of the season. Coach Bianco has asked Plumlee to also pitch on Saturdays and Sundays, but Plumlee is concerned he could injure his piano playing fingers. Back to the game, State refused to bat in the bottom of the 9th and the game was called. State beat writers were overheard planning a pot luck dinner for Sunday, should the Bulldogs sweep.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kb549 View Post
    Mississippi State squanders 2-0 after the 1st when Tigers put up unanswered runs in 3 of the first 5 innings. State stays alive and goes ahead in 7th thanks to a perfectly thrown pitch that took a wild bounce off of a divot left in the batters box earlier in the game by Tanner Allen. Missouri players said they lost focus in the latter innings because they were looking ahead to a possible spot in Hoover at the SEC Tournament paired up against Ole Miss. With Ole Miss pitching being suspect, Missouri players knew they had a shot at knocking off the Rebels in Hoover and forgot about the current game in the pivotal 7th inning. Even though Landon Sims came in and pitched as the closer, the Save credit went to Plumlee from Ole Miss. Plumlee is the projected Friday night starter for the remainder of the season. Coach Bianco has asked Plumlee to also pitch on Saturdays and Sundays, but Plumlee is concerned he could injure his piano playing fingers. Back to the game, State refused to bat in the bottom of the 9th and the game was called. State beat writers were overheard planning a pot luck dinner for Sunday, should the Bulldogs sweep.
    Nominated for SPS remembers.


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    State almost loses to Ole Mizz.


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    MSU survives errors, poor pitching, and an all around embarrassing performance to squeak by SEC bottom feeders


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    MSU's Starting Pitching Is In Shambles.

    Friday night starter gets smacked around as Mizzou jumps out early, but sloppy play allowed MSU back in it late.


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    Headline: Missouri blows chance to deny Mississippi State a chance for an SEC title.


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    “After embarrassing outburst in previous game, Foxhall manages to stay for whole game.”


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    “Bulldogs did not win the party”


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    Mississippi State finished second to last in competition


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    Bulldogs one step closer to thanking Rebels for SEC title.

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    Bulldogs unable to take first place in SEC standings with poor performance


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    With baseball season coming to a close we rank the 10 best in state tailgate spots.

    1. The Grove
    2. Tad Pad
    3. Southern Miss
    4. JSU
    5. Delta State
    6. MVSU
    7. EMCC
    8. NWCC
    9. Oxford High School
    10. Yancy’s back yard
    HM. Campground with built in grill someone most likely used as a bathroom


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