According to a news release from Mississippi State Athletics, the capacity has been set at 25% because of an executive order from Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves.
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Hopefully A&M is STILL focused on how impressive they looked last Saturday.
At the time, the win over LSU seemed monumental. It may have been fool’s gold. Now, Mike Leach and MSU must prove themselves again. Can they do that this year?
If this season is to be salvaged, Mississippi State needs to stop this tailspin. Otherwise, things are only going to get uglier and uglier. And to be completely honest, I don’t want to see anything uglier than a 24-2 loss to Kentucky.
Of Mississippi State’s 14 drives, six ended in interceptions, two ended because of a turnover on downs, and one ended on a missed 56-yard field goal attempt.
I want K.J. Costello to be the guy that leads the Bulldogs to bounce back and move forward, but, well, maybe that’s a job for someone else.
It’s been a few years since Mississippi State has beaten Kentucky in Lexington. MSU must avoid errors to get the win over the Wildcats.
Kentucky is seeking its first win of the season. Here’s to hoping Mark Stoops and company are handed their third loss of the season instead.
Will the Bulldogs be able to bounce back and win against the Kentucky Wildcats?