Justin Sutton visits ESPN's Unite

Justin Sutton, whom you know of from For Whom the Cowbell Tolls as well as The Daily Grind on Bulldog Sports Radio, made his second appearance on ESPNU's Unite program last night to talk MSU vs. LSU.

For the second time in 3 weeks, our own Justin Sutton showed the world that he doesn't just have a face for radio.

Justin again went on the late night program Unite last evening to talk MSU football with Danny Kanell and Reese Waters, as well as to do battle in the blogger throwdown with And The Valley Shook's Stephen Baker.

Although Stephen was declared the winner by Reese, Justin held his own, and he has demanded a recount to determine who the true winner was last evening. Thanks again to Justin for representing the site and Bulldog fans so well on TV, even if it was way after most of our bedtime (looks at Metal Building Dawg).

Check out the video above, and weigh in on whether or not you think Justin won. I personally say that I thought he was better than Stephen, but I will point out this fact: Justin won the first matchup with an Alabama blogger, then State promptly lost the game 38-7. COULD WE SEE THE SUTTON REVERSE CURSE CONTINUE? State fans sure hope so.

Make sure you check out Justin on twitter as well as every weekday morning on The Daily Grind on Bulldog Sports Radio.

Hail State

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