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Egg Bowl Trophy coming to Pearl River Resort

The Egg Bowl Trophy is coming to Pearl River Resort as a part of the Golden Egg Tour 2022.The trophy will be at the Silver Star Casino Promenade Wednesday, Dec. 7.Mississippi State Bulldog fans can view and photograph the coveted Egg Bowl trophy at... Read More.
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FromStateToSundays: Super Bowl LIV Champions

MIAMI – Three former Mississippi State football standouts were crowned Super Bowl champions yesterday following the Kansas City Chiefs’ 31-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 54. Chiefs’ defensive tackle Chris Jones, offensive tackle Martinas Rankin and defensive tackle Braxton Hoyett became... Read More.
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From MSU to the Super Bowl

MIAMI – Three former Mississippi State football standouts and current members of the Kansas City Chiefs will make their first Super Bowl appearances tomorrow, aiming to become the latest Bulldogs that can call themselves 'world champions'. Defensive tackle Chris Jones, offensive tackle Martinas Rankin and... Read More.
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Bulldogs Vying For Super Bowl

 STARKVILLE – No school will have more former players represented in Sunday’s AFC and NFC Championship games than Mississippi State. State is tied for the highest total of former players on AFC and NFC Championship rosters with nine Bulldogs just one win away from the... Read More.
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Stevens to start in the Music City Bowl

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – For the 10th consecutive season, Mississippi State football prepares for postseason play as the Bulldogs arrived to the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville on Christmas night and then went through their first Music City Bowl game week practice... Read More.