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What they’re saying in Mississippi after Alabama beats Bulldogs

Alabama recorded SEC shutouts in consecutive games for the first time since 1980 with the 24-0 win over Mississippi State on Saturday.

The game drew a few different perspectives, mostly from the Mississippi media since there wasn’t a major national presence in Bryant-Denny Stadium for this one.

A taste of what was written in the aftermath of the Crimson Tide’s 11th straight win over the Bulldogs:

‘It’s not hard’: Mississippi State defense holds Alabama to season lows despite loss (Clarion-Ledger)

Bama beats MSU with defense, questionable calls (Clarion-Ledger)

A moral victory is the best you can hope for vs. Alabama (Clarion-Ledger)

No. 1 Alabama uses quick start to blank No. 18 MSU (Columbus Dispatch)

Situation goes wrong: Top-ranked Tide too much for Bulldogs (Starkville Daily News)

Saban of Tide respects play of Bulldogs (Starkville Daily News)

Alabama pitches another shutout (Northwest Mississippi Daily Journal)

Bulldogs were shutout of game where they failed to execute (The Reflector)

Alabama must show it can protect Tua Tagovailoa better after struggles vs. Mississippi State (The Sporting News)

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