November 23rd, 2014
The game was on the line for the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Sunday against Western Kentucky.
That's when MSU freshman guard Morgan William went to the line and started hitting free throws.
Each member of the Mississippi State women's basketball team took their turn cutting down the net Sunday afternoon.
The Bulldogs defeated the Western Kentucky Lady Toppers 88-77 to capture the championship of the Preseason Women's National Invitational Tournament and they were going to savor the moment.
That phrase was the big topic of conversation after the College Football Playoff committee released its rankings last Tuesday. Essentially, game control is a stat by ESPN to describe how a team wins and how a team looks doing it.
The Mississippi State volleyball team got off to a bit of a slow start on Sunday.
It wasn't a good way to proceed against one of the best teams in the country.
The Bulldogs were unable to overcome the early deficit as they fell to No. 15 Kentucky in three straight sets (10-25, 15-25, 22-25).
Mrs. Anna Hogan Reed, 82, Â died Wednesday, November 19, Â 2014 in Greenwood, Mississippi.
Funeral services will Â be held 1:00 P.M., Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Starkville, Mississippi with Pastor Tyrone Orr, officiating.
Visitation will be held Monday, November 24, 2014 from 1:00 P.M.- 6:00 P.M. at West Memorial Funeral Home, Starkville, Mississippi.
Mississippi State's senior class has been one of the better ones in school history.
They were sent out in style Saturday night.
The No. 4 Bulldogs shut out Vanderbilt 51-0 in 18 seniors' final game at Davis Wade Stadium.
Josh Robinson keeps running himself into the history books.
The Mississippi State junior running back has rushed for 1,084 yards this season, which is good enough for sixth all-time by a Bulldog in a single season.
He rushed for 63 yards on seven carries in only one half of action as No. 4 MSU beat Vanderbilt 51-0 Saturday night at Davis Wade Stadium.
CLINTON â€“ The football did not bounce the way of the Starkville Academy Volunteers in their quest for a state championship on Saturday.
Oak Forest (La.) may have claimed the 37-12 Class AAA, Division II State Championship victory, but the Volunteers are more than proud to have been able to represent their school and community in the final game.
Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Director of Activities Les Triplett gathered the football players of Starkville Academy and Oak Forest, La., and wanted to make sure they understood something.
Mississippi State and Utah State went back and forth exchanging blows.
In the end, it was the Bulldogs who came out victorious.
MSU beat Utah State 71-63 Saturday afternoon inside Humphrey Coliseum in a game that featured 18 lead changes and nine ties.