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Southern Miss vs. Alcorn State photo gallery

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Head coach Jay Hopson leads the Golden Eagles onto the field.
Photo by: Blair Ballou
31,076 fans filled The Rock on Aug. 31 as Southern Miss hosted Alcorn State.
Photo by: Blair Ballou
Linebacker Ty’ree Evans celebrates a play.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett
Senior defensive back DQ Thomas intercepts the ball from Alcorn State’s offense.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett
Wide reciever Jordan Mitchell weaves through Alcorn State’s defense.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett
Jack Abraham throws a pass between Alcorn State’s defense.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett
Head coach Jay Hopson calls a play.
Photo by: Makayla Pucket
Defensive lineman Jacques Turner holds off Alcorn State.
Photo by: Makayla Pucket
A young Southern Miss fan cheers on the Golden Eagles.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett
Redshirt freshman Kameron King encourages senior Taj Jones on the bench.
Photo by: Makayla Puckett
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