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2016 Schedule
2-2, 3rd in SEC - West

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen on Les Miles firing: "I understand the pressure we're under in this league. We're [always] on the hot seat." You're judged on the last play you made and the last game you played. That's how it is in the SEC. "I don't think that's good for the game to have college coaches fired [during the season]. I don't think it's healthy of the program or the organization to do it at this time." Hurts stability for players and the program.

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Did you SEC that? (3:02)
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Bulldogs come back to beat UMass 47-35 (0:56)
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Graham's pick-six puts Mississippi State up 13 on UMass (0:52)
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You can hear the Cowbells in Foxborough

Mississippi State trails UMass 14-13 at the half, but the Bulldogs came within a point on this 9-yard TD catch by Fred Ross. Listen closely, and you'll hear the visiting fans' cowbells.

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Football Feelings: Week 4 (2:28)
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Must S-E-C plays of the week (2:47)
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LSU, Fournette escape Mississippi State (1:29)
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LSU's defense forces late fumble

LSU's defense came up with a big play as Arden Key forced a fumble by Mississippi State's Damian Williams and LSU's Davon Godchaux recovered. The Tigers held on for a 23-20 win.

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LSU's defense seals the win for the Tigers (1:53)

ESPN Stats and Information  

With the loss to No. 20 LSU, Mississippi State has lost eight consecutive games against AP-ranked opponents, the second-longest active losing streak of its kind in the SEC (Vanderbilt has lost nine).

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Miles: 'Glad we finished it the way we did' (1:27)
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Miss. St. recovers onside kick against LSU

Mississippi State followed up a score by recovering an onside kick by kicker Westin Graves. The Bulldogs went on to cut the LSU lead to 23-20 on a 7-yard pass from Damian Williams to Fred Ross.

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Mississippi State on the comeback trail

Mississippi State's Damian Williams plunges in from one yard out to cut into LSU's lead. The touchdown capped a nine-play, 66-yard drive and was the first TD of the game for the Bulldogs. The Tigers lead 23-13.

Team Stats

Passing Yards214.382nd
Rushing Yards219.535th
Points For28.5Tied-75th
Points Against23.351st

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