STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State Bulldogs are looking for a spark on offense. It is Mississippi State coach Sylvester Croom's hope that Omarr Conner can provide it. Not as a quarterback, but a wide receiver.
Conner gets chance at receiver when MSU plays Arkansas
The Commerical Dispatch
Through the first four games, Eric Butler established himself as one of Mississippi State's top offensive threats. The sophomore tight end from Moss Point was hauling in passes left and right, scoring touchdowns and becoming the focal point of opposing defenses.
GREGG ELLIS: Butler must buck defensive tactics
STARKVILLE - The decision to ask Quinton Culberson to become a middle linebacker was made before the season to shield him from blockers, help him use his speed and put Mississippi State's best tackler in a position to make tackles.
Culberson's move to middle pays off
STARKVILLE - Over the past few weeks, opposing defenses have picked up on a way to keep the ball out of Eric Butler's hands.
Butler seeks way to get back in game
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