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What a night for the Mississippi State Bulldogs who defeated Vanderbilt 9-0 in the College World Series Wednesday night to claim the school's first National Championship. Per

OMAHA, Neb. – A total of 136 years have passed since the Mississippi State baseball program played its first season. There have been 4,381 games, 11 Southeastern Conference championships, seven SEC Tournament titles, 39 NCAA Tournament appearances and 12 trips to the College World Series. There's been heartbreak. There's been triumph. It's been a never-ending rollercoaster ride of emotion for generations. Only one thing has been missing through it all….Until now. Finally, the Mississippi State Bulldogs are national champions.

MSU topped Vanderbilt 9-0 on Wednesday night in Omaha to ascend to the top of the college baseball world. In a decorated history where the only blemish has been the numerous almosts, could-have-beens and nearly-did-its, the dam has burst. Long college baseball royalty, the Diamond Dawgs now have the crown to prove it. Read More.
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Nice job Dawgs!!! Always known as great baseball school and now have the trophy to prove it. Very happy for State : )
Reply19 days
Soo, much for the people out there that said Vandy was gonna repeat! Lol
Reply19 days
Guy was definitely safe. But that was bush league bunting like that. Probably why he got called out.
Reply21 days
That was a terrible call. The ball was 10 feet away when he touched the base.
19 days
He looked out to me, the first baseman stretched nicely to snag the ball before the runner got to first. But that was just a dumb bunt, he like popped it up to the 3rd baseman.
19 days
Hats off, enjoy it while you can.
Reply26 days
Sweet victory. Legends in Starkville forever.
Reply26 days
Congrats Dogs! Great Season!!
Reply26 days
Dawgs ate.
Reply26 days
There he is
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