Mississippi State basketball players of the game: Jordan Danberry dashes past Razorbacks 2019

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COLUMBUS, OH – APRIL 01: Teaira McCowan #15 looks on as Jordan Danberry #24 of the Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs attempts a shot over Jessica Shepard #23 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish during the first quarter in the championship game of the 2018 NCAA Women’s Final Four at Nationwide Arena on April 1, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The 7th ranked Mississippi State basketball team cruised to victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks on the road thanks to the herculean efforts of several players.

Vic Schaefer’s No. 7 Mississippi State basketball team really didn’t seem to have any issue getting their first win of the 2019 and the first win against a Southeastern Conference foe for the season. The Bulldogs traveled up to Fayetteville, Arkansas and walked away with a huge victory over the Razorbacks.

And the game wasn’t even close throughout most of it.

It helped that the Mississippi State basketball team was able to get arguably the best performance of the entirety of Jordan Danberry’s career against the Razorbacks.

Danberry was the best player on the court last night for either team, but she wasn’t the only Bulldog that had a great game. There were several others that saw action and helped guide the Mississippi State basketball team to victory.

Had it not been for these Bulldogs, Schaefer’s team would not have seen the same level of success last night.

In all fairness to both teams present last night, there’s honestly a great chance that MSU still would have won had these Bulldogs not played to this level of excellence, but the win would not have been anywhere near as commanding, dominant, or impressive.

And so, here are Mississippi State’s players of the game.

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