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Tough But Fun

He came in as one of the most highly thought of freshmen in the Mississippi State 2009 recruiting class, a class ranked number 16 in's final recruiting ranking, but wide receiver Chad Bumphis found out like all freshmen do that the collegiate game is much tougher than high school. But despite that he's having the time of his life.

"It's a lot tougher than high school but it's so much fun," said the 5-10, 195-pound speedster. "I love it. And winning does help." Chad explained the main difference in college compared to high school that has been the biggest adjustment for him. "In high school you catch the ball and turn around and run to the other side of the field," he said. "And there is a very high chance that you are... Recommended Stories

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