2014 Texas A&M vs Mississippi State

Mississippi State (5-0, 2-0) stayed unbeaten at home with a second consecutive win against a Top 10 team, beating No. 6 Texas A&M by 17 points.

Dak Prescott accounted for five touchdowns — three on the ground — as the Bulldogs built a 48-17 lead and coasted to one of the bigger wins in school history.

Aggies QB Kenny Hill threw a career-worst three interceptions, all to linebacker Richie Brown. MSU rushed for nearly 289 yards on the ground and scored four consecutive touchdowns in the first half to get a big lead.

Texas A&M (5-1, 2-1) has struggled with running quarterbacks, and this was no exception.

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