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Practices wind down, Bulldogs want to play in front of good crowd

April 11, 2014

Mississippi State running back Josh Robinson (34) breaks a play during last year's Maroon-White Spring Game. (SDN file photo)

Mississippi State is all but finished with spring football practices.
The Bulldogs will have a non-pad practice some time next week, but today's Maroon and White Game will mark the end of spring drills for the Bulldogs.
In Thursday's practice, MSU head coach Dan Mullen pushed his guys hard because he wants the spring game to be a fun experience. He also wants a good many fans in the stands to simulate what the Bulldogs will face in the fall.

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