We're Not Sure How Louisiana Tech Faced a Third-and-93 Either

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Junior starting running back Jarred Craft, coming off a team-leading 86-yard, two-touchdown performance, and senior backup Boston Scott, who paced Louisiana Tech last week in catches, will need to get going early.

"Like I said, it was a frustrating night for sure", said Holtz. "I hate the mistakes that we made". Mississippi State (2-0) scored the next 36 points to push ahead 36-14 at halftime.

Plays like this go to show how anything can happen in college football.

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TOUGH STRETCH: Louisiana Tech is playing two teams from the Southeastern Conference in a three-week span. "We get outgained by 140 yards tonight and lose 120, 87-some of them on that play".

The play left the Bulldogs facing third and goal from their own seven yard line, with 93 yards to go to reach the end zone. Besides finishing eighth in the SEC with 2,423 passing yards, Fitzgerald also was the conference's No. 2 rusher with 1,375 yards. On second down and goal to goal from the Mississippi State six-yard line, a shotgun snap sailed high over Smith's head.

That's where the good news ended for Louisiana Tech.

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The Bulldogs limited Charleston Southern to 15 passing yards and 18 rushing yards, as the 33 total yards were the fewest allowed by a Mississippi State defense in 54 years. Freshman tailback Kylin Hill added 62 yards and his first career touchdown.

The win sets up a major early-season clash next Saturday at 6 p.m. for MSU against No. 12 LSU in Starkville.

"We looked worse than Liverpool this morning", Mullen said. "We've got to take another step forward this week to practice harder, prepare harder and play harder next Saturday".

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