Saturday, November 5, Bulldog Sports Links

Today's Bulldog sports links from around the 'net ...

Bulldog Football

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Alabama has a lot on the line -- an undefeated season, a clear path to the Southeastern Conference championship and perhaps even its first national title in 13 years.
Crimson Tide won't overlook 'Dogs
The Commercial Appeal/AP

STARKVILLE -- It doesn't matter to the Alabama Crimson Tide who starts at quarterback for the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Saturday.
Alabama concerned about MSU
The Commercial Dispatch

STARKVILLE - For the first time in nearly two years as Mississippi State's coach, Sylvester Croom was embarrassed.
Anything to light fire
The Clarion-Ledger

Henig must settle in; Score TDs in the red zone; Get tough, stay tough
Three keys for MSU
The Clarion-Ledger

Brodie Croyle - Quarterback - Senior
Spotlight on...
The Clarion-Ledger

Alabama, suddenly mighty again, rates a 17-point favorite over still rebuilding Mississippi State today in Starkville. The guess here is, if the teams played 20 times, Bama would win 19.
Upsets do happen and aren't forgotten
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - Brodie Croyle understands Mississippi State's situation all too well. Just two years ago, Alabama struggled to a 4-9 ledger, with most of the setbacks coming against ranked teams.
No. 4 Alabama understands MSU's woes
The Daily Journal

Bulldog Basketball

STARKVILLE - Mississippi State coach Rick Stansbury is more than pleased with his talent this season. But the experience to go with that talent? Not so much.
MSU's inexperienced crew to get feet wet
The Clarion-Ledger

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