Major changes are coming to Mississippi State, and that may mean some subtractions from the roster.

Coach Mike Leach said after the loss to Kentucky that the Bulldogs need to evaluate everything.

“We’re going to have to check our group and see who really wants to play here,” Leach told reporters.

It didn’t seem to matter who was at quarterback or any other position, State struggled. The Bulldogs had six interceptions, and it was the first time a Leach-coached team didn’t register a touchdown in his career.

Jordan Wright sealed win for Kentucky by scoring on an 8-yard interception return with 6:25 remaining for the Wildcats. Kentucky gained just 157 yards but that was enough because Kentucky picked off K.J. Costello four times, the first of which LB Josh Paschal grabbed and returned 76 yards and set up a Chris Rodriguez’s 2-yard TD run that made it 14-0.

Mississippi State, which dropped to 1-2, got its lone points on a third-quarter safety after a bad snap past Kentucky punter Max Duffy that he kicked back through the end zone.