Georgia football First Look: Mississippi State

Georgia football first-look Mississippi State

Georgia football hosts Mississippi State on Saturday in Athens. Here is your first look at Mississippi State.

Mississippi State Season So Far

Sept. 26Mississippi State44LSU34
Oct. 3Arkansas21Mississippi State14
Oct. 10Mississippi State2Kentucky24
Oct. 17Texas A&M28Mississippi State14
Oct. 31Mississippi State0Alabama41
Nov. 7Vanderbilt17Mississippi State24
Nov. 14$ AuburnMississippi State
Nov. 21Mississippi State24Georgia31
Nov. 28Mississippi State24Ole Miss31
Dec. 12& Auburn24Mississippi State10
Dec. 19& Missouri32Mississippi State51
Dec. 31Tulsa26Mississippi State28
$ Game postponed
& Game rescheduled
$& Rescheduled game
that was postponed.
@ Game canceled

Mississippi State Injuries and Suspensions

[WR] 10/29/2020 – Tyrell Shavers has left team (Left Team)
[RB] 10/27/2020 – Kylin Hill is out for season (Personal)
[S] 11/12/2020 – Marcus Murphy is out for season (Personal)
[QB] 10/20/2020 – Garrett Shrader is out for season (Left Team)
[S] 10/21/2020 – Fred Peters is out for season (Undisclosed)
(!)[QB] 11/15/2020 – K.J. Costello is “?” Saturday vs Georgia (Head)


Challenges for Georgia

Mike Leach has the Bulldog quarterbacks slinging the ball around to receivers. Running backs are also considered receivers. State running back Jo’quavious Marks ranks second nationally among freshmen with 38 receptions this season, which is a Bulldog single season record for both freshmen and running backs. Marks needs 58 catches to crack the MSU single-season top 10.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). You can watch this Georgia football game on the SEC Network.

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