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Community Projections: Mississippi State vs. Texas A&M

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In an effort to get you, the reader, more involved, we've created a weekly post where we want to hear from you on what you expect in the upcoming game. In the comments, let us hear your: 1) Score predictions, 2) Bold Predictions, 3) Best Case/Worst Case, and so forth.

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Well, it's prediction time for one of the biggest games in the recent history (ever?) of Davis Wade Stadium, so I'll kick this show off:

Bold Projection: Both Dak Prescott and Kenny Hill have big games, but the Mississippi State signal caller moves ahead in the Heisman race as Hill falls back a bit for Texas A&M as the Bulldogs ice the win over the Aggies on a late touchdown where Prescott scores on his second touchdown run of the game.

Best Case Scenario: Mississippi State does not turn it over, and they get points on most possessions.  A late Texas A&M turnover allows the Bulldogs to put the game out of reach with a 41-31 win.

Worst Case Scenario: The Aggies' defense shows up and limits Mississippi State to ten points in the first half.  In the second half, the Bulldogs attempt to rally, even tying the game, but Texas A&M scores the last 13 points for a victory.