Mississippi State Football's Smoke Machine Causes Epic Pile Up

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterSeptember 3, 2012

STARKVILLE, MS - SEPTEMBER 8:  Coach Dan Mullens of the Mississippi State Bulldogs leads the team onto the field in the first quarter of a NCAA college football game on September 8, 2012 at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Mississippi. (Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images)
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This picture is worth a thousand laughs. 

Mississippi State's football team may have won its first game of the season, but it certainly didn't get off to a smooth start. 

SportsGrid featured this picture, where the Bulldogs are coming out onto the field only to fumble and bumble all over themselves. 

Here is what hazardous use of smoke may do to even the fittest of athletes:

Zeal, giddiness and the use of smoke all combined for the perfect slapstick cocktail that we can sip down and enjoy until next Saturday. 

The good news for Bulldogs fans is that this is a small blip on what looks to be a promising season. They destroyed Jackson State after this inauspicious start, 56-9. 

The bad news, at least for us football fans, is video on this hilarious traffic jam is hard to come by 

We leave it to you faithful football fans to alert us if there is a better, more hilarious version out there. 

Until then, we will savor every last bit of this picture that proves you can start a game with absolutely no swagger, embarrassing yourself in front of thousands, and still destroy the competition in the end. 

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