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Cohen Sees Bull Market For Bulldog Baseball

In a modest way and with limited—by family mandate—means John Cohen enjoys playing the stock market for recreation. Still this amateur investor can't help but carry some lessons learned from Wall Street onto his Dudy Noble Field of coaching expertise. And in Cohen's opinion, Bulldog baseball will be a growth stock worth watching as the future roster gradually takes shape.

Of course given the numbers-crunching being done in the Mississippi State baseball office these days, experience as a market analyst could come in handy. With the 2009 season completed, his first in charge of his alma mater's program, Cohen has spent the previous two days in team and player meetings. The overall purpose was to make the state of State clear to all involved; more specifically, it... Recommended Stories

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