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Relf put it all together against Ole Miss in a 41-27 upset at the end of the season, though. He used his big body to brush aside defenders on the way to 131 yards rushing and a touchdown and he threw for two more. He’s built on that foundation in the nine months since.
“I think he’s a lot different,” wide receiver Chad Bumphis said. “I think he’s better. I know he’s a more vocal leader. He’s just better all around. He’s pretty much the leader of our offense.”
Relf wants to use that status for good. The Bulldogs were 5-7 last year and have had just one winning season in nine years. Mullen’s hiring and a competitive run against a brutal schedule last year has fans buying tickets at record rates and expectations rising. Relf would like nothing more than to give them what they’re craving.
“I want to take everybody with me,” Relf said. “We want to win. We’re going to go all out all season. We’re going to put Mississippi State on our back.”
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