Stevens to Start at Quarterback for MSU Saturday

NEW ORLEANS, LA (Ben Caxton) — Tommy Stevens will be Mississippi State’s starting quarterback Saturday in New Orleans when the Bulldogs meet Louisiana-Lafayette in their season opener. The Penn State graduate transfer beat out junior Keytaon Thompson for the job and replaces three-year starter Nick Fitzgerald, whose 3607 career yards rushing were the most ever by a Southeastern Conference quarterback. Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead was Penn State’s offensive coordinator from 2016-17 while Stevens was a reserve quarterback for the Nittany Lions.


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