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MSU's Bench Mobb: Bulldogs capture the attention of nation with unique group

June 22, 2013

Mississippi State pitcher Jacob Lindgren (21) and other players celebrate the win over Indiana earlier in the College World Series. Lindgren, Ross Mitchell and Evan Mitchell are founders of the Bench Mobb as a way for the Bulldogs to stay focused on the game. (Photo by Eric Francis, AP)

OMAHA, Neb. – Ross Mitchell has been a big part of Mississippi State's success this season and has seen a good amount of playing time.
The sophomore left hander has made 33 appearances for the Bulldogs this season and leads the team with 13 wins.
Many people might think he is focused and has a serious attitude about himself all the time. That is not true.
"He's eccentric, (and) he's unique, but at the same time, there is a lot of layers to him," MSU pitching coach Butch Thompson said.

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