Dylan Favre: He’s only 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds, but true freshman Dylan Favre is actually contending for the Mississippi State starting QB job. “I can guarantee you we have more than two (quarterbacks in the race). There’s a third guy there that wants every single snap that’s expecting to be the starting quarterback this year. That’s the attitude that you want in that position,” MSU coach Dan Mullen told the Clarion Ledger. If you reflexively gag when the word Favre appears in an article in close proximity to “grit” and “determination” and “spunky” then we would avoid clicking the link. [Ledger]
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