Mississippi State Bulldogs news: Diamond Dawgs drop UT series, Forbes drafted to the Commanders, and more

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Mississippi State Bulldogs drop game two vs. the Tennesse Volunteers.

The Mississippi State baseball team was defeated by the Tennessee Volunteers in the second game of this weekend’s SEC series.

The Diamond Dawgs lost tonight’s matchup by a score of 12-8.

The Bulldogs lost game one of the series on Thursday night, so last night’s loss resulted in another SEC series loss.

The Bulldogs take on the Tennessee Volunteers in game three today at 1:00 p.m. CT.

Emmanuel Forbes was drafted as the No. 16 overall pick to the Washington Commanders.

Many NFL analysts had Emmanuel Forbes going in the first round, and Thursday night solidified that guess with Emmanuel Forbes being the No. 16 overall pick to the Washington Commanders in this year’s NFL Draft.

The Washington Commanders have added a great cornerback to their secondary.

Mississippi State Football produces five first-round draft picks in the last five years.

Mississippi State Football can hold onto a pretty solid statistic for college football programs.

Over the last five years, Mississippi State has drafted five first-round picks in the NFL draft.

In Case You Missed It

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