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Bulldogs keep Tigers at bay win 69-62 decision at home

January 26, 2014

Mississippi State's Dominique Dillingham (00) had a career-high 21 points in Sunday's 69-62 win over Missouri. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams, SDN file)

The Mississippi State Bulldogs didn't lose focus when things did not go their way during a key moment of Sunday's game against the Missouri Tigers.
MSU's Breanna Richardson had just been hit with a technical foul for bouncing the basketball hard off the floor and Missouri's Morgan Eye stepped up to the line to make two free throws that tied the game at 44-44.
After Sierra Michaelis missed a free throw that would have given the Tigers the lead, senior point guard Katia May hit a basket to put the Bulldogs ahead 46-44.

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