STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) - Chris Relf threw two interceptions.
Tyler Russell threw three more.
Combined, those five turnovers doomed Mississippi State during
its 29-7 loss to 15th-ranked LSU on Saturday.
But Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen says simply blaming the
quarterbacks for those turnovers wouldn't be accurate, instead
pointing to blocking breakdowns along the offensive line that were
huge factors in those bad plays.
Mississippi State (1-2, 0-2 Southeastern Conference) is trying
to get those problems corrected before Georgia (1-2, 0-2 SEC) comes
to town this weekend. Both teams have lost two games in a row to
ranked opponents, meaning there should be plenty of desperation at
Davis Wade Stadium.
Georgia hasn't lost three games in a row since 1990.
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