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Mullen “Worried” And “Panicked” As Season Approaches

Dan Mullen is worried.  Worried that the season is just one week away for his Mississippi State Bulldogs.  Worried about everything.

“I’m worried about every position, but I’m confident in our guys.  That’s tough for me, because I panic about everything.  I’m panicked about our tailbacks, and you probably wouldn’t think that.  I’m panicked about our quarterbacks.”

Still, Mullen was “pleased” with the effort he saw from his team during yesterday’s practice.  So at least there’s no panicking on that front.

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SEC Headlines 12/26/2010

1. Jon Solomon on bowl ticket policies: “Cater to the wealthy. It’s a time-honored bowl tradition.”

2. Florida hotels and resorts love the Bowl Season.

3. It’s back to the practice field today for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

4. Extra motivation for the Florida Gators – Urban Meyer’s final game. The guy on the other sideline is no average Joe.

5. Meyer’s three biggest wins at Florida.

6. Nick Saban is not the only ex-Michigan State coach at Alabama.

7. Alabama transfer and former Tennessee player Aaron Douglas faces a December 29th hearing after being charged with DUI.

8. LSU’s struggles on the basketball court not a cause for alarm.

9. LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu is 18 years old, 5’9″ and 180 pounds.  He also has more tackles than Patrick Peterson.

10. The most surprising coaching moves of the year.

11. Derek Dooley’s first year in Knoxville.

12. A few Tennessee basketball players could see reduced time on the court – but not freshman forward Tobias Harris.

13. Brandon Knight - renaissance man.

14. The Rivals 2010 All-Junior College transfer team.  As you might imagine, there’s a few SEC names on the list.

15.  Shorthanded Mississippi State loses to Hawaii – 68 – 57.

16.  Wall Street’s latest target – sports gambling and casinos.

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SEC Headlines 12/11/2010 Part Two

1. Will Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline play in the bowl game or is he done?

2. Auburn’s basketball team plays Rutgers in Pittsburgh today.

3. That will be followed by the #11 Tennessee Vols vs. the #3 ranked Pitt Panthers. Both these teams are undefeated.

4. Alabama travels to Providence to play the Friars.

5. Arkansas guard Julysses Nobles is emerging as a leader.

6. Kentucky freshman Brandon Knight is adjusting to the college game.

7. Dundrecous Nelson is giving Andy Kennedy options at guard for Ole Miss.

8. Mississippi State starts a stretch of five games in five days.

9. LSU’s basketball team is back in action tonight against Central Michigan.

10. On a five-game winning streak, the South Carolina Gamecocks host Wofford tonight.

11. The South Carolina football team hasn’t exactly brought its A-game to recent bowl games.

12. LSU-Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl will be a Super Bowl-like production.

13. While preparing for the Gator Bowl, the Mississippi State Bulldogs are shuffling the lineup.

14. If Cam Newton is your Heisman Trophy winner, who deserves second place on the ballot?

15. Headlines from identical AP story:

Athens Banner-Herald – “Newton upset by father’s decision.”

Jackson Clarion- Ledger - “Cam Newton says he’s not disappointed in father Cecil Newton”

16.  Final ballot projections for the Heisman.

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Mississippi State Athletics Launches Official iPhone App

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Love following the Mississippi State Bulldogs? Now there's an app for that.

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#22 Bulldogs Set For Senior Day Showdown With #13 Arkansas

The 22nd-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs return to Davis Wade Stadium Saturday for the last time in the 2010 as they play host to #13 Arkansas in an SEC Western Division showdown. Kickoff is slated for 6 p.m. and the game will be televised nationally by ESPN.

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Sunday Rewind: A Look Back at Alabama’s Win Over Mississippi State

In its first game at Bryant-Denny Stadium in almost a month, the No. 12 Alabama football team returned to form Saturday night with a 30-10 victory over the No. 17 Mississippi State Bulldogs.

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Alabama Football Beats Mississippi State, 30-10

Behind an explosive offensive attack and solid defensive effort, No. 12 Alabama defeated No. 19 Mississippi State Bulldogs 30-10 before a sold-out crowd of 101,821 at Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday night.

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Streaking Bulldogs Host Kentucky Saturday Night

STARKVILLE, Miss. – On their longest win streak since 1999, the 21st-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs (6-2, 2-2 SEC) will battle the Kentucky Wildcats (4-4, 1-4 SEC) Saturday at David Wade Stadium looking for its sixth-straight win. Game time is set for 6 p.m. CT and will be televised nationally by ESPNU.

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Wildcats Take on Nationally Ranked Bulldogs in Starkville

After a three-game homestand that saw Kentucky claim its first victory over a ranked foe since 2007 with a 31-28 victory of South Carolina, the Wildcats hit the road to Starkville, Miss., to take on the hot-streaking and No. 23 Mississippi State Bulldogs on Saturday.

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Kentucky Football Begins Preparations for Mississippi State

The University of Kentucky football team hit the practice field Tuesday to begin preparation for its trip south to take on the No. 23 Mississippi State Bulldogs at Davis Wade Stadium on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.

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