Two contrasting views of what the Egg Bowl means to an Mississippi State player from the state of Ohio, Aaron Lumpkin, and two players from the state of Mississippi, Donovan Davis and Darren Williams. Aaron's comments will really surprise you."/>

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MSU players talk about the Egg Bowl

<img src="http://www.genespage.com/images/01players/football/2003/lumpkina.jpg" align="left" width="120" height="163"> Two contrasting views of what the Egg Bowl means to an Mississippi State player from the state of Ohio, Aaron Lumpkin, and two players from the state of Mississippi, Donovan Davis and Darren Williams. Aaron's comments will really surprise you.

Senior TE Aaron Lumpkin The Egg Bowl was a completely new experience for you when you first got here. What does it mean to you now that you have seen four Egg Bowls, either as a redshirt freshman or as an active participant? "The Egg Bowl wasn't new to me because I have watched it every year since I have known what football is. I remember how they used to fight. Every time I watched it, I was...

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