BOLIVAR - Offensively, Bolivar did as usual Friday night by scoring more than 40 points. But defensively, the Tigers were allowing 30.4 points, but they held South Side to one touchdown to pick up a 42-7 victory over the Hawks at Woody Woods Stadium. The Tigers, who won a squeaker with the Hawks last year 41-39, led 12-7 at the half, but they pitched a shutout defensively in the second half to pull away. “Our defense really stepped up tonight,” said Bolivar coach Woodrow Lowe.
Yes, LSU is coming off a 37-7 loss on the road to Mississippi State in their SEC opener. But don’t put away the purple and gold just yet as there’s still a lot of football to played between now and January. And the good news is that the Tigers are 21-point favorites in Saturday’s game at Tiger Stadium against the Syracuse Orange. SB Nation reports that star running back Derrius Guice, who was injured in the loss to MSU, will play against Syracuse.
Mississippi State (3-0) is riding high after a convincing 37-7 home win Sept. 16 against LSY. The Bulldogs moved to 17 in the AP Poll and a win Saturday could give them a spot in the Top 10. And all that stand between the Bulldogs and a crack at the Top 10 is a victory over the 11th-ranked Bulldogs of Georgia. Mississippi State travels to Athens on Saturday to face an undefeated Georgia team. Mississippi State has beat it’s first three opponents by at least 30 points.
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