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Bulldogs not ready to push panic button

September 1, 2013

Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen, right, talks with quarterback Tyler Russell between plays against Oklahoma State Saturday. (Photo by Richard Carson, AP)

There is no panic from the Mississippi State Bulldogs after a week one loss.
The Bulldogs struggled on Saturday as they lost to the No. 13 (Associated Press) Cowboys of Oklahoma State 21-3 in the Advocare Texas Kickoff at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Tex.
MSU started last season with a record of 7-0, but stumbled down the stretch. This year the Bulldogs already have a tally in the loss column after the first game.
Now is not the time to concede the season in the minds of the MSU players. It's just one game.
"We are not going to let one game define our season," senior running back LaDarius Perkins said after the loss. "We are going to put this loss behind us."

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