End of 4th Quarter
Touchdown! Chase Cunningham scores vs. MTSU
Frank Harris airs it out for 12-yard touchdown Pass
Frank Harris airs it out for 33-yard touchdown Pass
Zakhari Franklin 33 Yd pass from Frank Harris (Hunter Duplessis Kick)
7 plays, 86 yards, 2:48
Hunter Duplessis 30 Yd Field Goal
16 plays, 72 yards, 6:39
Joshua Cephus 12 Yd pass from Frank Harris (Hunter Duplessis Kick)
15 plays, 76 yards, 4:45
Lorenzo Dantzler 3 Yd Fumble Return (Hunter Duplessis Kick)
3 plays, -17 yards, 0:21
Hunter Duplessis 38 Yd Field Goal
7 plays, 21 yards, 3:12
Jimmy Marshall 23 Yd pass from Chase Cunningham (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
4 plays, 54 yards, 1:50
Jarrin Pierce 16 Yd pass from Chase Cunningham (Zeke Rankin Kick)
4 plays, 69 yards, 1:23
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Why NIL has been good for college sports ... and the hurdles that remain
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Source: Mississippi State gives football coach Mike Leach extension and raise
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ACC to drop divisions for format with permanent rivalries in 2023
Starting in 2023, the ACC will scrap divisions for a 3-5-5 scheduling format that includes three permanent rivalry games annually.