State tries to remain positive
Mississippi State guard Craig Sword (32) finishes a dunk against Auburn in Starkville earlier this season. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)
There haven't been many positives to take away for the Mississippi State Bulldogs during a six-game losing streak.
When asked what positives the Bulldogs could take away after a 75-55 loss to Georgia at home on Wednesday, MSU head coach Rick Ray said there were none.
Although things haven't been good the last six games, the players are still trying to stay positive.
"You've got to stay positive or it's just going to get worse from here," MSU true freshman point guard I.J. Ready said. "We try to stay positive and everybody tries to stay together. If everybody does go their separate ways, we're just going to keep getting results like this. Hopefully, we get it together."
The Bulldogs hope to get there today. MSU (13-11, 3-8) travels to Auburn, Ala. to take on the Auburn Tigers (11-11, 3-8). Tipoff is scheduled for 12:47 p.m. and can be seen on Southeastern Conference TV (WCBI locally).Â
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