Jamar Chaney, a 6-foot-2, 215-pounder who signed scholarship papers with Georgia in February, said Friday that he plans to attend MSU and play football this fall. His decision ends a two-month period of indecision for Chaney, whose application was denied after the University of Georgia admissions office questioned the validity of his Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) score.
Chaney commits to MSU
When Sylvester Croom gave his speech at last year's annual Mississippi State Summer Extravaganza, he didn't make any promises about wins and losses. The then-new coach only guaranteed that Bulldog fans would see proper effort and attitude from his players.
Croom rallies Dog fans
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