2010 - Season in Review Thought it would be good for posterity's sake if everyone put together a few paragraphs on how their season went. I'll kick us off. Mississippi St 2010 â€“ Season in Review This was a magical season for the Bulldogs, quite possibly the greatest season in the history of the program. A 13-1 record, including wins on the road vs defending national champion Alabama and longtime rival Ole Miss, an SEC title and a Sugar Bowl victory vs Utah adds up to a year that will live in the memory of Mississippi St fans for a long time. The team was carried for long stretches this year by a defense that made plays each and every week to keep the young offense in the game. Led by senior OLB KJ Wright (team leading 46 tackles, 19 TFL and 3 sacks) and senior DE Pernell McPhee (team leading 25 TFL and 11 sacks), the run defense and pass defense were stout and prevented teams from running away with large leads. The offense was helmed by junior QB Chris Relf, who had one of the best seasons by a Bulldog QB ever, putting up 2,393 yards passing, 368 yards rushing and 24 combined TDâ€™s (including a team record 20 TD passes). The rushing game was led by HBâ€™s Robert Elliott (1,255 yards and 18 TD) and Montrell Conner (335 yards, 3 TD) and the receiving group was balanced, with TE Marcus Green leading the way with 849 yards and 7 TD. WRâ€™s Brandon Heavens and Chad Bumphis combined for over 1,100 yards and 11 TD. The good news for Bulldog fans is that the bulk of the offensive skill position talent should be back next season.