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Mississippi State will host Kentucky in Starkville on Saturday.

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Sat. Sept. 2 vs. Charleston So. W 49-0
Sat. Sept. 9 at Louisiana Tech W 57-21
Sat. Sept. 16 vs. LSU W 37-7
Sat. Sept. 23 at Georgia L 31-3
Sat. Sept. 30 at Auburn L 49-10
Sat. Oct. 14 vs. BYU W 35-10
Sat. Oct. 21 vs. Kentucky 4 p.m. ET
Sat. Oct. 28 @ Texas A&M 7:15 p.m. ET
Sat. Nov. 4 vs. UMass TBD
Sat. Nov. 11 vs. Alabama TBD
Sat. Nov. 18 @ Arkansas TBD
Thu. Nov. 23 vs. Ole Miss 7:30 p.m. ET

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Nick Fitzgerald threw for 2 touchdown passes and ran for 2 more as Mississippi Statereturned after its bye week and a pair of lopsided losses to handle BYU at home, 35-10.

The victory was a nice bounce-back after the Bulldogs began the season 3-0 before being upended in back-to-back games against Georgia and Auburn by a combined 67 points.

“Overall, I like the performance our guys came out with despite coming off a bye week and the early kickoff,” Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said after the win. “BYU is a team we talked about being very physical on both lines of scrimmage. I thought we came out and played hard on defense. We made plays; holding them to 10 points. We were able to control the line of scrimmage on offense and wear them down.”

It was an all-around performance Saturday in Starkville. The Bulldogs piled up 546 yards of offense — 306 rushing and 240 passing — while they allowed just 8 first downs and 176 yards on defense. Aeris Williams ran for 114 yards and had a 5-yard TD run, while Keith Mixon had 69 receiving yards and Donald Gray hauled in 4 passes for 41 yards and a 9-yard touchdown.

BYU was held to seven possessions of 3 plays or fewer and nine that totaled 4 plays or fewer.

The Bulldogs (4-2, 1-2 SEC) improved one spot in the SEC Country Power Poll this week. The 25 voters moved them up to No. 6 this week, replacing Florida, which fell to No. 8 after losing to Texas A&M.

Alabama retained the top spot with all 25 first-place votes and was followed by Georgia. Auburn remained third despite losing at LSU, Texas A&M is fourth and LSU sits one spot ahead of Mississippi State.

Check back here every Sunday for the latest installment of the SEC Country Power Poll.

Your Week 7 Power Poll rankings

Results are below:

1Alabama (13 - 1)32525111
2Georgia (13 - 2)3000222
3Auburn (10 - 4)2550335
4Texas A&M (7 - 6)2530437
5LSU (9 - 4)2310537
6Mississippi State (9 - 4)17907412
7Kentucky (7 - 6)1650869
8Florida (4 - 7)1610669
9South Carolina (9 - 4)15109610
10Ole Miss (6 - 6)77013913
11Tennessee (4 - 8)670101014
12Arkansas (4 - 8)65012913
13Vanderbilt (5 - 7)320111014
14Missouri (7 - 6)140141014

This week's voters:

Alex Hickey (SEC Country)
Alex Martin Smith (SEC Country)
Andrew Astleford (SEC Country)
Ben Wolk (SEC Country)
Blake Morgan
Brandon Walker (SEC Country)
Chris Kirschner (SEC Country)
Christopher Walsh (SEC Country)
Eric Bolin (SEC Country)
Hale McGranahan (SEC Country)
Jeff Sentell (DawgNation)
Joe Mussatto (SEC Country)
Jordan Mcpherson (SEC Country)
Justin Ferguson (SEC Country)
Ken Bradley (SEC Country)
Marq Burnett (SEC Country)
Mike Bambach
Mike Griffith (SEC Country)
Nick Suss
Pete Scantlebury
Ryan Young
Sam Spiegelman
Thomas Neumann (SEC Country)
Trent Shadid (SEC Country)
Zach Abolverdi (SEC Country)