As Sam Purcell’s Mississippi State basketball team beat up on Kennesaw State, here are three observations from the huge win for the Bulldogs.
There was no doubt that the Mississippi State women’s basketball team was better than Kennesaw State was on Monday evening. The Mississippi State Bulldogs (9-2 overall, 0-0 SEC) clearly had no issue taking care of the Kennesaw State Owls (3-4 overall, 0-0 ASUN) in a 91-50 thrashing.
The Bulldogs were able to set an aggressive tone at both ends of the court from start to finish in this dominant win. This Mississippi State basketball win featured a strong showing from the opening tip as the Bulldogs suffocated the Owls, outscoring Kennesaw State 26-11 in the first quarter.
By the time it was halftime, things were simply way out of hand for Kennesaw State as the Owls trailed the Miss. State Bulldogs 44-23 at halftime.
MSU was simply stronger, faster, and more skilled as Sam Purcell’s Mississippi State basketball team played a dominant effort all throughout Monday night.
Mississippi State basketball: 3 observations from dominant Bulldogs win vs. Kennesaw State Owls
This was a complete and utter mismatch for MSU and Jessika Carter was able to overwhelm the Owls as she scored 31 points while shooting over 70 percent from the field. When you consider that she also led all players in rebounds with 13, it’s more than evident that the Bulldogs had an abundance of talent playing to a high level in the Hump.
Jerkaila Jordan added an impressive 19 points over her own and the Bulldogs were able to get impressive contributions up and down their roster.
In the end, the Bulldogs were able to walk off the court with a confident and resounding win. Kennesaw State simply had no answer for anything the Bulldogs threw their way. And thus, a 91-50 victory for Purcell and the Mississippi State women’s basketball team.
And so, here are three observations from Mississippi State’s dominant win over the Owls: