STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) _ After three straight losses Mississippi State probably didn't think it could get any worse _ until it provided Troy State the Division I-A upset it had been looking for. The Trojans (2-3), newcomers to D I-A football, recorded their first win over a major college program in its 21-9 victory at Mississippi State (1-4) Saturday, a game that was delayed by a tornado warning. ``We've had wins against Division I-A teams but none over a team of the magnitude of what Mississippi State is,'' said 11th-year coach Larry Blakeney. Wayne Madkin, who has struggled in his senior season for MSU, threw two interceptions and was 12-of-30 passing. ``We're to the point where we've got to get some answers,'' Madkin said. ``I'm frustrated. I'm speechless.'' Demontray Carter, a senior who transferred from Auburn, caught a 37-yard touchdown pass from Brock Nutter early in the second half as the Trojans raced to a 21-0 lead. Carter had 90 all-purpose yards and Nutter was 10-of-26 for 130 yards. Both teams were sent to the dressing rooms when emergency sirens began blaring with 12:36 left in the second quarter. The 1-hour and 10-minute delay came immediately after Troy State's first touchdown when a tornado was detected as it was forming, about 15 miles southwest of Davis-Wade Stadium. All of Oktibbeha County was placed under a tornado warning until 3 p.m and the stadium was cleared as the sirens sounded. When play resumed on the water-soaked field, Troy State scored a second touchdown on Rayshun Reed's 73-yard interception return of a Wayne Madkin pass.