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Texas A&M Aggies vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Recap

The Texas A&M Aggies welcomed SEC rival the Mississippi State Bulldogs to Kyle Field, home of the infamous 12th man, and manhandled MSU on their way to a 5th straight victory without a loss.

The Aggies opened the game with an impressive 91 yard drive in 12 plays, eating over 5-minutes off the game clock, culminating with Kyle Allen’s first of a pair of TD passes on the day; 1-yard to Ricky Seals-Jones. Sandwiched in between another Allen TD pass, like all the Bulldog scores would be on the afternoon, was a 38 yard Westin Graves field goal.

Mississippi State would average one score for every pair of Aggie score, which would keep the Bulldogs behind from the beginning and never realistically in this ball game. Texas A&M started the game ranked #14 in the nation, and with a couple upsets in the top 10 will certainly inch closer, if not crack the elite group of ranked NCAA teams. Mississippi State lost for the second time, both losses coming in SEC conference games, and will certainly drop from their #21 ranking, most likely out of the top 25.

Auburn Tigers Vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Recap

The struggling Auburn Tigers hosted the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Saturday, and looked to bounce back after a struggling start this season. Dak Prescott of the Bulldogs looked to make sure his team came out firing and loked good throwing for 270 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Bulldog defense was stifling as the Tigers could not manage to get things going all game. The Tigers could move the ball here and there but struggled to put points on the board. Peyton Barber rushed for 137 yards but that was simply not enough for the Tigers. The Tigers fell behind 14-0 going into halftime, and could never recover as the Bulldogs stole a road game against the Tigers and sent them to a very disappointing 2-2 season thus far.

Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. LSU Tigers Recap

In an uncharacteristically early conference matchup, LSU hung on to beat Mississippi State in Starkville despite giving up two late touchdowns. LSU running back Leonard Fournette was the game's biggest star, as he rushed for 159 yards and all three of LSU's touchdowns on 28 carries. The Tigers rarely attempted a pass - their quarterback Brandon Harris was just 9-for-14 for 71 yards. Mississippi State's Dak Prescott led a potent passing game and finished with 34 completions and 335 passing yards. But the Bulldogs ran for only 43 yards on 26 carries. The Bulldogs had a chance to tie the game late in the fourth quarter, but they failed on a two-point conversion attempt.
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