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Sports Football Southern Miss at Mississippi State photo gallery

Southern Miss at Mississippi State photo gallery

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Mississippi State safety C.J. Morgan tackles Southern Miss running back Kevin Perkins.
Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Wide receiver Jaylond Adams looks for the ball as he nears the end zone. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Quarterback Jack Abraham hands off the ball to running back Darius Maberry. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Wide receiver Jordan Mitchell had six receptions for a total of 94 yards against Miss. State. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jack Abraham walks to the visitor locker room at Davis Wade Stadium after a 38-15 loss to the Bulldogs. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jack Abraham looks to hand off the ball. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Kevin Perkins attempts to break through the Mississippi State defense. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jack Abraham rallies his offense as he calls a play at Mississippi State. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
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