Dak Prescott looks to make it to the NFL’s NFC championship game.
Former Mississippi State Bulldogs legend, Dak Prescott, had one of the best games of his career on Monday night vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Prescott finished the wild card game 25/33 for 305 yards passing. He also ran in a touchdown resulting in five total touchdowns for Dak Prescott.
The Dallas Cowboys had not ever beaten Tom Brady in his entire NFL career, but Monday night was different. Credit to the Dallas Cowboys defense for shutting down any offense the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tried to produce. The defense finished with 1 interception, 2 sacks, and 5 punts on the night.
The former legend looks ahead to Sunday night’s opponent, the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers could very well be the best team in the NFL playoffs, but Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys look to pull off the upset in San Francisco.
If Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys were to win Sunday night’s playoff matchup against the 49ers, Prescott would make it to his first-ever NFC championship game.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs struggle yet again vs. the Florida Gators on Saturday night.
The Mississippi State basketball team was defeated by the Florida Gators, 61-59.
The Florida Gators had control of most of the game, but the Mississippi State Bulldogs always kept it close enough to be within reach of winning the SEC matchup. The Bulldogs had a chance of sending the game into overtime with two good looks at the basket that both resulted in missed shots.
Mississippi State basketball needs an offensive playmaker badly. 59 points are not usually enough points to win an SEC basketball game. The Mississippi State Bulldogs have proven that they can play defense, and now is the time to start putting the focus on the offensive side of the ball. Chris Jans and the Mississippi State basketball team must figure out how to start scoring 60+ points a game if they expect to make it to the NCAA basketball tournament.