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Injury forces Mississippi State to change QBs for Music City

Mississippi State graduate transfer Tommy Stevens now will start at quarterback in the Music City Bowl after freshman Garrett Shrader suffered what coach Joe Moorhead said is only an “upper body injury.”

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Fred McNair

This season, the Braves stormed through the SWAC once again. McNair led his squad to a 8-3 overall record and 6-1 record in SWAC play and an amazing sixth straight East title. This Saturday, Dec. 7, the Braves face Southern in the championship game for the second year in a row.

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Kylin Hill

The first Saturday in November saw the season hanging in the balance for Mississippi State University. MSU entered its game against the University of Arkansas on a four-game losing streak and as the team clung to life for any bowl hopes.

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Felix Harper

With Johnson still injured and unable to play in Alcorn State's next game against Prairie View A&M University, Harper made his first career start, completing 25-of-37 passes for 280 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions.

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Dallas Drafts MSU's Dak Prescott, First Cowboys QB Draft Pick Since 2009

The Cowboys took Mississippi State's Dak Prescott with the 135th overall pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday, two days after a failed bid to trade up for another first-round choice so they could get Paxton Lynch of Memphis.

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SEC, Major Conferences Get More Power

The biggest schools in college sports are about to get a chance to make their own rules.

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Optimistic but Cautious

In sports, you see a lot of overreaction the Monday after Sunday's NFL games. Fan bases can swing wildly throughout the season, depending on their favorite team's performance from week to week.

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Fixing Defense in the Draft

The New Orleans Saints should focus on two things during the 2013 NFL Draft: their defense and their offensive line.

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Topping Lance Armstrong's Confession

Lance Armstrong might have owned the news cycle any other week when he came clean about his use of performance-enhancing drugs to win multiple Tour de France titles. Instead, a story that has to be one of the strangest in sports history shoved the disgraced cyclist aside.

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(Mostly) Blowouts and Letdowns

It was a rough week for the three FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) college football teams in Mississippi.