College Football Preseason Rankings 2011: Mullen Has MSU Primed for Success
Following its dominating Gator Bowl win over Michigan (which some who favor maize and blue might have called an embarrassment), Mississippi State is poised to be a sleeper in the SEC West race.
Coach Dan Mullen has done wonders at MSU and will look to continue his run at chipping away at the SEC West powers.
The Bulldogs return quarterback Chris Relf and much of an experienced offense that improved as the season went on. The defense should also be solid, thanks to experience from last season.
Playing in the SEC West, Mississippi State clearly has a tough schedule. However, it’s due for a big win and this could be the season that it pulls a big upset against a top five team.
With so much talent returning, expect MSU to finish well above its initial No. 20 ranking and to be playing in January once again, possibly for a BCS bowl.
-- Kevin Trahan
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