By Brad Locke/NEMS Daily Journal
STARKVILLE – In less than six weeks, Mississippi State will be back on the field looking to build on 2010.
The Bulldogs will start spring practices on March 4, a team spokesman said Friday. They’ll hold 15 sessions, including the Maroon-White spring game on April 9 at Davis Wade Stadium, part of Super Bulldog Weekend.
The full practice schedule will be released next week. MSU has already said it will not practice during spring break (March 12-20).
State is coming off a 9-4 season and Gator Bowl win over Michigan in coach Dan Mullen’s second year at the helm.