Mississippi State mentor Mike Drain was hospitalized Sunday after what the college called "an individual medical problem"

that occurred at his home in Starkville. The 61-year-old Drain was at first treated at a neighborhood clinic prior to being transported to

the College of Mississippi Clinical Center in Jackson, which is around 125 miles from Mississippi Express, the college said.

UMMC representative Marc Rolph said Drain was recorded as a patient at the clinic, however had no data in regards to the mentor's condition.

The school said in an explanation it would have no further remark on Drain's condition, adding "that the contemplations

and petitions of the college are with Mike and (spouse) Sharon and their loved ones.""Supplications for Mentor Drain

and family. We as a whole are in the same boat this evening," Mississippi athletic chief Keith Carter posted on Twitter.

Cautious facilitator Zach Arnett has been set accountable for the football crew by Mississippi State President Imprint Keenum

and break athletic chief Bracky Brett as it gets ready for an appearance in the ReliaQuest Bowl against Illinois on Jan. 2 in Tampa.

Drain is in his third season at Mississippi State, with a 19-17 record. He recognized a session with pneumonia late in the season

that was causing a tireless hack. Filter, known for his productive Air Strike offenses,

is 158-107 of every 21 seasons as a lead trainer at Texas Tech, Washington State and Mississippi State.