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MSU's Mullen rotates quarterbacks, punters

October 27, 2013

Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen is content with alternating quarterbacks and punters. (Photo by Rogelio V. Solis, AP)

Mississippi State has used two quarterbacks this season and two kickers.
The Bulldogs are set on a two-quarterback system and it seems that head coach Dan Mullen is comfortable with using two guys to punt.
In Thursday's 28-22 win over Kentucky, Devon Bell and Baker Swedenburg both punted.
Bell punted three times for an average of 41.7 yards. His longest punt went 46 yards.
Swedenburg had two punts for an average of 36 yards. His longest punt went 41 yards. He dropped one inside the opponent 20-yard line as well.
Moving forward, Bulldog fans may see both kickers.
"If you do well in practice, you get an opportunity in a game," Mullen said on his Sunday teleconference. "If you do really well in the game and even better in practice, the next week you might get more of an opportunity." 

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