2004 MSU. 1996 MSU.
For 2013, Chris Jones was rated near the top and has had a great career.
The ACC and Big Ten are on board with giving athletes a 1-time transfer without sitting out, and so should the SEC
There IS a transfer portal in real life. You don't have to do anything but leave and move on.
Wait. Bo Nix is the most improved QB, but Schrader is the most improved player?
Chris Jones slicing through the pocket
Mississippi State closing in on defensive coordinator? Mike Leach reportedly set to meet with candidate
His defense last year was good, BUT Navy lead the conference in TOP. That helps. He may have to learn about subbing more people
Not bold prediction. Stevens starts the game 2/7. Hill runs the ball fewer times than we throw it.
Team records carry too much weight in the voting. Also, QB's don't duel each other.
OL, too, it seems. I think defensive players have a better track record.
Banks and Slay at CB, Whitley and Abrams at safety. Grouping DB's as the same position doesn't give the best team.
I believe Matt Wells belongs in the second group of LB's. Underrated quality player.
White was better than Chris White. I don't like teams with 3 MLB's.
All three DT's were better than any offensive player we've had in years. Cox, Jones, Simmons
3 MLB's? 3 safeties and 1 cornerback?
His offense is horrible. There was nothing but Kylin Hill on the field.
Interesting.....given last year's team.
If Stevens starts another game, I can only assume he and JoMo are dating.
MSU's defense is in the NFL. Also, this Auburn team has a senior-heavy OL.....just like 2010 and 2013.
There is no way the offense of 2019 can make up for the defense of 2018.
Franks is a junior QB playing for Dan Mullen. He's going to have a big season. Look it up.
I'll hold last season against Moorhead unless he beats Alabama. Most talented team in MSU history.
That is, last year's defense.
Not even close. Best defense in the country, best unit any MSU team has fielded on either side of the bell. Or in any sport.
Worse. And Fitz wasn't the reason the passing attack went backwards. It was as if they wanted the NFL to get a good look at every throw he couldn't make.
Why? Is someone else looking to hire him? What has he shown to warrant both an extension and a raise?
There is no commitment without ink
Tom Luginbill explains why Mississippi State fans should be expecting better offensive results from Bulldogs next season
All Moorhead had to do was copy Mullen's plays for one season. 11-2 with the best defense in the nation.
Doesn't it? Check the budgets. And the history. He was there for 10 years, and had one draft with multiple first round picks. Preston Smith, Bernardrick McKinney. Nobody was recruiting them.
Because that one year makes up for the last 50....
Best defense in the country loses 3 NFL players plus a couple of productive seniors. Meanwhile, Moorhead neutered the most defense-friendly offense you can have. Not looking good for MSU this season.