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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    Has State faced a QB like Tua this year? Donít think so. Iíve got my doubts on how long that secondary will be able to hold up. Something tells me there will be significant areas Tua and the guys can exploit. Iím just hoping the LBs donít tire because theyíll be super busy.


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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    If Fiztgerald passes like he has in the last two games, the will indeed be our toughest game of the season.

    Thanks for the preview Jess.

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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    Thanks Jess, I hope that last year's close call will be a big motivation to not underestimate Miss. State for our players.
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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    This will be my first conference game at BDS since graduation in 2005. Layering up and taking my 8 year old.

    I can't see Fitz with much breathing room among Mack, Q and Moses. They'd be smart to incorporate the RBs into the passing game and try to hit us in the flats knowing we'll gameplan for the middle of the field.

    I hope we can get in a position to establish the run and not lean too much on Tua, but not sure how easy that'll be against State.

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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    Passing Offense of MSU opponents:

    KSU-115
    ULL-75
    UK-117
    Fla-97
    Barn-78
    LSU-103
    TexA&M-31
    LaTech-70

    This is why Iím pumping the brakes a little on the MSU defense. Tua and the Crimson Hydra attack is far more than the cowbells have faced off against. I think the lack of depth will be where it really rears its head.


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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    Quote Originally Posted by bamacon View Post
    Passing Offense of MSU opponents:

    KSU-115
    ULL-75
    UK-117
    Fla-97
    Barn-78
    LSU-103
    TexA&M-31
    LaTech-70

    This is why Iím pumping the brakes a little on the MSU defense. Tua and the Crimson Hydra attack is far more than the cowbells have faced off against. I think the lack of depth will be where it really rears its head.


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    Wow, thatís very telling. Mond has proven to not be the QB people originally thought. While we have faced some good QBís, MSU hasnít faced any.


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    Re: MSU preview: Bulldogs could be Tideís biggest regular-season test

    Quote Originally Posted by bamacon View Post
    Passing Offense of MSU opponents:

    KSU-115
    ULL-75
    UK-117
    Fla-97
    Barn-78
    LSU-103
    TexA&M-31
    LaTech-70

    This is why Iím pumping the brakes a little on the MSU defense. Tua and the Crimson Hydra attack is far more than the cowbells have faced off against. I think the lack of depth will be where it really rears its head.


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    Preaching to the choir.


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