USM drops to a 2-2 record after a frustrating loss at home to the University of North Texas. North Texas managed to pull off the comeback, after trailing early in the game 21-7. MSU's head football coach, Jay Hopson spoke about how he thought the game got away from his team in the 2nd and 3rd quarter.
"I thought we got off to a fast start. I thought were doing good up until four or five minutes to go in the second quarter, offensively and defensively we were doing some good things and playing good football," Hopson said. "We had about a quarter and a half slide, which was, without doubt, our worst quarter of the season."