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Mississippi State will start QB Tommy Stevens against Louisville in the Music City Bowl after starting freshman QB Garrett Shrader had an “altercation” at practice. Per 247Sports’ David H. Murray...
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The twist was that shortly before the press conference Shrader and a defensive teammate had been in a confrontation stemming from an in-practice contact drill. Their post-practice altercation escalated before other Bulldogs separated them.

The end result was a swollen eye for the quarterback which initially seemed of moderate concern. There was a short walk-through Saturday practice, with Shrader withheld from participation.
Shrader is reportedly expected to heal as early as late January.

(The Spun)

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Kids will be kids
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And MSU coaches initially denied the reports as "fake news". Guess if he's hurt THAT bad, you can't hide it.
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more black on white violence.
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KCT
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If it's going to take him a month th heal, it must've been pretty bad.
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He dropped an N bomb.
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Nope
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I’d fight to get out of being affiliated with Mississippi State too.
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Boomer Sooner.
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Heard Willie Gay was the defensive player
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Should not have called him gay.
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And the Ole Miss was fired for a player pretending to pee on the goalpost
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That defensive guy should be sent home. They have little shot without their QB.
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If he plays, then it confirms State coaches have lost control of the team. You punch out your starting QB in practice, then should go without saying your arse will not play either!
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Pets heads: [falling off] not falling off
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