Mississippi State football’s pass defense continues to be a major concern for the Bulldogs and their fans
This has been an issue all throughout the season. One of the biggest flaws that has been constant throughout the year is the way MSU can’t seem to slow down opposing passing attacks. And that was certainly a problem once more as a third string MAC quarterback torched the Bulldogs Saturday evening.
That’s right, Hayden Wolff had a field day against the Bulldogs as he threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field.
Kenneth Womack dominated the Bulldogs’ secondary as he caught 12 passes for 113 yards.
The Bulldogs simply couldn’t slow a Western Michigan passing attack that just really isn’t all that impressive. Outside of this game, the Broncos average 200.8 passing yards per game. And the Bulldogs had major issues with the weakest part of Western Michigan’s offense.
This is far from the best offense the Bulldogs will see this year and there will be plenty of high-powered offenses up ahead in the SEC. MSU needs to figure out what to do here sooner rather than later.
Because the Bulldogs still have SEC games against Auburn, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, and Kentucky up ahead. And none of that sounds fun.