It started with a botched snap at their Tech's own six.
"He was going insane and that was pretty exciting to see", said MSU coach Dan Mullen. Nick Gibson added 41 yards and Dontavian Lee scored a touchdown, but true freshman Kylin Hill was talked about the most. The message to Story as he entered the game was simple. Smith tried to fall on the ball at the MSU 28-yard line, but it got pushed backward and kept rolling. Smith sprinted back 20 yards to try to pounce on the loose ball, but it deflected further down the field.
Mullen likened it to soccer.
"They're an excellent football team", Mullen said of LSU.
MSU defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons joked after the game MSU likely wound end up on both sides of SportsCenter's featured plays.
Skip Holtz's team is ninth nationally since 2014 with 109 touchdowns and produced two 4,000-yard passers in the last two seasons: Jeff Driskel and Ryan Higgins.
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The Louisiana Tech quarterback made the first attempt to get the fumble around the 30, but, like many after him would, couldn't secure the ball.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen took a long look at a sheet of statistics that included three blocked extra points, one blocked punt and an 87-yard fumble, and came to the same conclusion as thousands of other college football fans. It was the catalyst in overcoming a slow start by quarterback Nick Fitzgerald and the offense.
On Saturday, Gibson was the first running back to give Williams, the starter, a break. He had a 19-yard run and finished the game with nine carries for 62 yards.
The best part is just how incredulous the announcer was throughout the entire play. "It's one of the hardest things".
You'll be stunned to know they didn't convert.