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MSU defeats Auburn in front of huge crowd

April 21, 2013

Junior shortstop Adam Frazier of the Bulldogs makes a throw in front of Saturday's huge crowd of 14,562 at Dudy Noble Field. (Photo by Kim Murrell, SDN)

After dropping its first three Southeastern Conference series, Mississippi State has fought back in a big way.
It wasn't more evident than Saturday afternoon.
The No. 18 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs beat the Auburn Tigers 6-0 in front of 14,562, the second largest crowd at Dudy Noble Field, to win the three-game Southeastern Conference series.

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