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MSU men's basketball team will play Tulane


By Brandon Walker, [email protected]



The Mississippi State men's basketball team will play Tulane this season for the first time in 11 years, the school announced Monday. 


The Bulldogs and Green Wave have agreed to a two-season deal, with the first game being Dec. 6 in New Orleans. 


The meeting with Tulane will be the 94th in the series. The announcement comes a month after MSU announced non-conference games against Florida State and Oregon State. 


"Tulane provides yet another high major opponent for us with their move to the American Athletic Conference," MSU coach Rick Ray said. "The Green Wave will prove to be a great opponent for us and our fan base. Bulldog fans on the coast and in the New Orleans area will get a chance to see us play and hopefully provide a nice environment for us on the road." 


MSU returns all five starters from a year ago, including leading scorer Craig Sword (13.7) and leading rebounder Gavin Ware (7.2).



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