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MSU's Ray doesn't want assumptions where team stands

June 24, 2013

Mississippi State men's basketball coach Rick Ray, right, talks with Trivante Bloodman last season. (Photo by Kim Murrell, SDN)

The Mississippi State Bulldogs will be one year older and have more experience when they hit the basketball court in the fall for head coach Rick Ray's second year with the program.
Even though the fact is true that there is more familiarity with everyone associated with the Bulldogs, Ray warns that there is still some work to do.
Ray doesn't want there to be any assumptions as far as where everyone stands moving forward.

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