Mississippi State’s Jameon Lewis out vs. Texas A&M


Mississippi State wide receiver Jameon Lewis won’t play against Texas A&M because of a leg injury

The 12th-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs are playing host to the sixth-ranked Texas A&M Aggies in a huge SEC West showdown.

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The Bulldogs are looking to beat their second ranked team of the season (LSU Tigers) and show that they are a legitimate contender not only in the SEC but on the national scene.

Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they’ll have to do it without their leading receiver, Jameon Lewis.

According to Michael Bonner of The Clarion-Ledger, Jameon Lewis is out with a leg injury.

"As Mississippi State enters one of its biggest games in program history, it will do so without one of its best weapons.Jameon Lewis will not play against Texas A&M, Mississippi State confirmed prior to the game. The senior wide receiver is out with a right leg injury.He didn’t warm up with the team in the pregame. He wore street clothes and a boot."

Jameon Lewis has 15 catches for 223 yards and a touchdown so he is clearly a huge loss.

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