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It wasn’t the best season for the state of Mississippi in 2020, but the Bulldogs received an invitation to the Armed Forces Bowl No.. 24 Tulsa on Thursday afternoon. Since there wasn’t a minimum of six wins for bowls that year, the Bulldogs had a 3-7 record in the game.

In a game that started very slowly, the action picked up in the second half with electrical yields, hard hits and, of course, a little bit of score. Mississippi State (4-7) upset No.. 24 Tulsa (6-3) 28-26 for the Armed Forces Bowl trophy.

This game had it all in a strange way. The state of Mississippi, known for the air raid crime under Mike Leach, underperformed this season and was switched on Thursday.

The ground game was effective and the Bulldogs played strong defense in a sloppy weather affair. Tulsa made a late indictment, but two recurrent interceptions made the difference in this one.

Tulsa failed on a two-point switch to finish the game at 21, then Mississippi State took the lead at 28:19. Tulsa would score a goal to reduce the lead to just two points, but couldn’t regain the onside kick.

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See how it all went and how you reacted to some bizarre games, including a post-game brawl at a game that just wanted to bring out something different every minute.

The game was chippy all afternoon and got ugly in a flash. Many punches and even kicks were thrown. After a fight between the two schools, helmets were removed and some serious injuries may have been suffered. That ugly ending tarnished the solid Mississippi victory.

MISSISSIPPI STATE PICK-SIX! The umpires announced the penalty was against the state of Mississippi, then corrected it, saying it was against Tulsa. Emmanuel Forbes 90 Yard Pick-Six stands !! What a piece! #Bulldogs picture. Twitter. com / NTSivbTUW6

The turnover was as stated on the field, but then there was a lot of confusion on the field about a possible penalty. On the field of play, Emmanuel Forbes’ interception was returned for a touchdown but a penalty was imposed for an illegal block, negating the touchdown. However, officials came to review and decided that the penalty had indeed been imposed on Tulsa, even though Tulsa went from attacking to trying to defend sales. After the confusion and many arguments and discussions, the call on the field was taken as a touchdown for the state of Mississippi and the Bulldogs took the lead 21-13.

#Tulsa was on the move, but a terribly subdued pass results in an easy interception of #HailState. #ArmedForcesBowl

The state of Mississippi enforced the penalty at the subsequent kick-off, but then both banks received dead ball fouls, which were also enforced at kick-off. Talk about the bizarre world. This entire sequence could just as easily have summed up the game.

Jo’Quavious Marks did the unthinkable in Mike Leach’s air raid. He ran in a touchdown. As in, catch on the ground and not through the air. In all seriousness, a quick and efficient inaugural drive for the state of Mississippi was completed after a 53-yard kick return from Lideatrick Griffin. Three games later, Marks was 7-0 in the end zone after his 28-yard scamper. Marks had only 59 transfers, 240 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games previously.

?? Another TD in a hurry for the state of Mississippi !! ?? Will Rogers gets in for the 13 yard score #Bulldogs #ArmedForcesBowl pic. Twitter. com / pWug0awef5

Later in the game, quarterback Will Rogers decided to undress too. About the middle of the third quarter, Rogers started a 13-yard scramble and found the end zone to give the state of Mississippi a 14-6 lead. At this point, the state of Mississippi had 99 rushing yards compared to Roger’s 89 passing yards.

Corey Taylor showed no consideration for human life during this run. Mississippi state defender Shawn Preston had no chance of stopping Taylor and was completely dejected in the middle. Tulsa would score a goal later on the trip to cut the lead 14-13 in the third quarter, and almost abandoned a subsequent kickoff return for a touchdown on Lideatrick Griffin, who opened the game with an electric return.

Tulsa WR # 2 Keylon Stokes was fined for throwing the ball at a Mississippi player ?????? picture. Twitter. com / PwerJoLQrt

Keylon Stokes received a very unusual sentence. In a game without much of a blast, Stokes made it pretty interesting when he brought a boat back from the state of Mississippi. The Tulsa returnees were attacked deep within their own territory and immediately threw the ball in frustration at JaVonta Patton, who was on the punt coverage unit.

If the Fiesta Bowl gives players their own Playstation, why doesn’t the Armed Forces Bowl give players their own F-35? ??

There are many advantages to having bowl games for players in addition to the location for most games. But if gamers can get a Playstation to play with, why not a fighter jet? Some bowl games are pretty ridiculous, even just their names. Why not give it your all in 2020 when it comes to an end?

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