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STARKVILLE, Miss. - The practice schedule didn't end up exactly how Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen planned, but the Bulldogs still accomplished what they set out to do during a pair of practices on Thursday.

Forced indoors for the morning session as thunderstorms rolled through the Starkville area, Coach Mullen and his troops adjusted quickly and conducted their workout with a few periods scheduled to be included in the morning practice moved to the afternoon session.

"We took out some kicking game things that we were gonna work on outside that I wanted to make sure we had a full field for," Mullen said. "That's all we really changed."

In the afternoon session, the Bulldogs returned to the South Farm fields in helmets and shoulder pads.

State will resume practice on Friday morning for a lone session before again returning to twice-daily work on Saturday. The Bulldogs open the 2011 campaign on Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. against Memphis. The game will be televised on Fox Sports Net.



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