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Mississippi State Lunch Links: February 18, 2015

Welcome to lunch links, where we give you interesting MSU links in the middle of the day so you can continue avoiding work, children, real life, etc. Let's get to it.

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For the second week in a row, MSU has moved up the times of its weekend baseball games due to weather concerns: Link

MSU baseball's Jacob Robson was named the Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week after multiple huge performances this weekend: Link

MSU women's hoop's Victoria Vivians was named the SEC Freshman of the Week for the third time this season: Link

MSU athletic director Scott Stricklin has an outside-the-box idea for what the NCAA and the Power 5 conferences should do for about freshman eligibility and his thoughts are getting traction on a national level: Link

ESPN's Alex Scarborough delved into the what MSU will have to do to get back to a New Year's Six bowl game in 2015: Link

2015 MSU football season tickets went on sale today, I suggest you get some if you want to witness what I only assume will be the greatest season in the history of our football program: Link

Luke Reynolds always dreamed of playing baseball at MSU, now he's doing it and he explained to the Clarion-Ledger why it means so much to him now: Link

And finally, State has yet another athletic program ranked in the national top 25, this time it's track and field: Link


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