OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -Mississippi State wide receiver Brandon McRae was taken off the field on a stretcher after breaking his leg against No. 25 Mississippi on Friday in the second quarter of the Egg Bowl.
McRae's right leg buckled as he was running a pattern on a pass pattern with about 6 minutes left in the first half. Trainers immobilized his right leg with an inflatable cast and took him from the field on a stretcher. The game was delayed for about 5 minutes.
McRae, the Bulldogs' leading receiver, was the third Mississippi State player knocked from a game that Ole Miss led 24-0 after one quarter. Quarterback Tyson Lee injured his shoulder and received a cut to the face on two hard hits and safety Derek Pegues bruised his knee. Neither had been ruled out of returning to the game.

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