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No. 14 Mississippi State outplayed by No. 7 Texas A&M 69-41 MSU Athletics

The Bulldogs were simply held in check, as the Aggies had their way throughout.

Jessika Carter was held to just two points, an aberration for the Bulldogs. As she was a non-factor, Mississippi State struggled in the paint. Aggie center Ciera Johnson posted a double-double that included 14 points and 12 boards.

Only two Bulldogs were in double-figures. While Myah Taylor and Rickea Jackson did combine for 25 points, it was not enough. Aliyah Matharu was also held to just seven points.

Texas A&M’s guards were on point from opening tip. Kayla Wells led the team with 19 points. Aaliyah Wilson added 15.

Coach Nikki McCray-Penson and the Bulldogs will have to figure out a plan soon, as the rival South Carolina Gamecocks are next on the schedule. Set for a home showdown in primetime, Mississippi State has an opportunity to get back on track. Look for McCray-Penson to make the necessary adjustments.

Hail State!