Mississippi Football Radio Broadcasting for Awful Sequence Deserves an Award
Hearing the call of Mississippi football radio, the Bulldogs failed to put any points on the board at the goal line in the Egg Bowl on Thursday.
It’s college football’s competition week, and things are getting started on Thanksgiving Day for the annual Egg Bowl between the Ole Miss and Mississippi State. Well, things were going well for the rebels. As for bulldogs, they aren’t the greatest toys.
Mississippi State found its way to the goal line 10-6 behind with a chance to put points on the board. There were many drops and a penalty kick thrown in the middle of it to force the Bulldogs to attempt a field shot. Of course, Nolan McCord missed his 33-yard attempt.
You’ve heard it on national broadcasts, but listen to the chain of events as called by Mississippi Football Radio.
Mississippi State errors in the red do not lead to any points against Ole Miss
All those attempts to narrow it down to a 13-10 lead or even a 10-9 deficit were broken by incomplete passes and a kick that went to the right of the post.
It certainly doesn’t help that the Ole Miss pulled away in the second half. In their first drive in the third quarter, the Rebels staged a seven-game drive, culminating in a one-yard touchdown run by Snoop Conner. Ole Miss then extended their lead to 24-6 over four yards managed by quarterback Matt Corral.
Entering the game, the Rebels topped the head-to-head series with 63 wins, while the Bulldogs ranked 46th.
This will undoubtedly be something Bulldogs fans will ever try to forget.
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