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MSU's Front Four Ready to do Battle in the SEC

At the end of spring practice, Mississippi State's starting defensive front four ended up being senior Ronald Fields and redshirt freshman Corey Clark on the inside and junior Willie Evans and sophomore Deljuan Robinson on the outside.

Last year, Evans started 10 of 12 games and made 54 hits, 9th on the team. Fields, who started 2 more games than Evans, was just behind him on the tackles chart with 52. Robinson, a five-game starter, made 18 tackles, while Clark, who looked good during two-a-days, suffered a turf toe injury between the first and second games of the season that ended his freshman season before it even got started...

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