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Mississippi State offensive tackle commitment Calvin McMillian of Houston High School speaks with the Daily Journal following the Hilltoppers' 26-0 win over Pontotoc on Friday. McMillian had a 55-yard pick-6 during the game. 

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Mississippi State currently has 26 verbal commitments and its 2020 class is ranked 20th nationally by 247Sports.com.

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Mississippi State currently has 64 former players and signees active in professional baseball this season. Each week Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal takes a look at their performances. Check out how the former Diamond Dogs are doing.

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STARKVILLE • Mississippi State’s football and men’s basketball programs were reprimanded by the NCAA over academic misconduct by a former MSU student and part-time tutor for the athletics department.

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Game day: Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at Davis Wade Stadium (61,337) in Starkville on ESPN.

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STARKVILLE • Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead hoped the Bulldogs’ quarterback battle would sort itself out following the third fall scrimmage on Wednesday.

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Mississippi State offensive line coach Marcus Johnson comments on how his group is gelling together in camp and where the depth is along the line. 

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Mississippi State senior Chauncey Rivers was chosen to the preseason watch list for the Ted Hendricks Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top defensive end.

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Mississippi State junior linebacker Erroll Thompson talks about all the preseason accolades he has received and how he approaches leading the team as a captain. 

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STARKVILLE • Despite a logjam at the tight end position last year, Mississippi State was able to get its promising freshman Geor’quarius Spivey onto the field for three games while still maintaining his redshirt status.

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Mississippi State junior running back Kylin Hill breaks down how the offense has looked so far in fall camp and his impressions of freshman Lee Witherspoon and running backs coach Terry Richardson. 

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STARKVILLE • Often when freshmen discuss their development during their first year of college they refer to the improvements they make from a size and strength perspective.

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Game day: Nov. 2 at Reynolds Razorback Stadium (72,000) in Fayetteville, Ark.

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Mississippi State tight ends coach Tony Hughes talks about the competition within his position group and how Saturday's scrimmage inside Davis Wade Stadium went. 

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Mississippi State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop speaks about his defense following the Bulldogs' second scrimmage on Saturday night. 

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Mississippi State defensive tackle Lee Autry talks about taking on more of a starring role as a senior and how his older brother, Denico, has encouraged and helped him along the way. 

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Game day: Oct 19 at Davis Wade Stadium (61,337) in Starkville.

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Mississippi State graduate transfer quarterback Tommy Stevens speaks about how fall camp is coming along and how he and Keytaon Thompson push one another. 

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STARKVILLE • Both of Mississippi State’s starting safeties – Johnathan Abram and Mark McLaurin – have moved on to the NFL, creating big holes at the back end of the Bulldogs’ defense.

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Mississippi State special teams coordinator Joey Jones comments on all the players he and the Bulldogs bring back on special teams and how the competition is going at each position in fall camp. 

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Game day: Sept. 28 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (87,451) in Auburn, Ala.

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Mississippi State has players participating in summer baseball leagues around the country. Check in each week to see how the Diamond Dogs are doing.

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The San Francisco Giants announced they will retire the No. 22 worn by former Mississippi State standout Will Clark in ceremonies next season.

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Mississippi State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop speaks about all the talent he has to replace on that side of the ball and how he hopes to maintain the Bulldogs' mentality on defense despite so many starters lost. 

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Mississippi State tight ends coach Tony Hughes talks about his group, returning to the offensive side of the ball, his role on the coaching staff and what it is like to return to Starkville. 

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