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Bulldog days of Dier: Retiring MSU publicist ready to become a fan

July 4, 2013

After 30 years of serving Mississippi State University in athletic promotions, Joe Dier has retired and ready to be a full-time fan. (Photo by Ben Wait, SDN)

It has been a long time since Joe Dier could just be a fan.
After more than 30 years, Dier is retiring from Mississippi State media relations in the athletic department.
"Joe Dier is one of those guys that becomes an institution," MSU senior associate athletic director of administration Mike Nemeth said. "He's been here as long as I have. He was always so willing to help. When I oversaw the media relations operations, the response I always got on Joe Dier from the media was that he would do whatever he could to help."

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