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Banged up Bulldogs: Recent games have taken toll on MSU's health

October 13, 2013

Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen, left photo, listens to options from his coaching staff in the second half of Saturday's 21-20 victory against Bowling Green. (Photo by Kerry Smith, AP)

Heading into the bye week, Mississippi State is not at 100 percent healthy.
Leading up to the Bulldogs 21-20 win over the Bowling Green Falcons on homecoming, head coach Dan Mullen said there were six offensive lineman who were sidelined at one point or time in practice.
One of those players he mentioned was Tobias Smith. Smith was granted a sixth year, but has not played. He has been serving as a graduate assistant and helping out as a coach.
The other five offensive lineman who sat out at one point in time, were senior Gabe Jackson, junior Ben Beckwith, sophomore Justin Malone, who is out for the season, senior Charles Siddoway and junior Blaine Clausell.

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