100 Days of MSU Football
While the Bulldogs have proven to be a defensive powerhouse, a new star has emerged in the secondary.
LSU’s defensive backfields have earned the name "DBU" for a reason, as Derek Stingley Jr. is the primary face of this year’s edition of Tigers.
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Who will take command in a different type of season?
Known to produce the nation’s elite on the defensive end, five stars are sure to take advantage of the 2020 spotlight.
Stacked with talent on offense, the SEC boasts some of its most prolific stars.
In one of the SEC’s most intriguing secondaries, Murphy will be playing centerfield at free safety.
Opportunistic and fearless, Emerson is a natural student of the game.
His game speaks for itself, as Davis will showcase his vast array of skills this fall.
An air-raid offense needs a wideout who can perfect his routes, as Williams fits the bill.
With a dexterous and multifaceted defensive game, Aaron Brule’s ceiling is sky-high in Starkville.
An experienced student of the game, Costello comes to Starkville with a skillset fit for today’s game along with a will to win.
The SEC and beyond have a star at running back, as Hill looks to position himself into a category of his own.
It’s official! MSU at Louisville Tuesday at 8 p.m. in NIT quarterfinal play. ESPN will have the broadcast. #HailState pic.twitter.com/gmmld13uZX— MSU Men's Basketball (@HailStateMBK) March 19, 2018