November 17, 2013
Yeldon has to fight for all of his 160 yards
For much of the first half, T.J. Yeldon might as well have had a raw steak hanging around his neck. The Bulldogs were hungry and Yeldon, it seemed, was the meal.
When he went inside there was nothing there, he was stuffed. He rushed for 2 yards per carry in the first quarter.
Mississippi State feasted on Yeldon early, but the Bulldogs couldn't contain him for the other three quarters, and the result was a career-high rushing output for the sophomore running back from Daphne.
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