Archive - Nov 3, 2012
As the final time ticked off the clock, tackles were not the only thing the Mississippi State football team missed on.
The No. 17 (Associated Press) Bulldogs failed to improve their record to 8-1 and No. 16 (Associated Press) Texas A&M took a 38-13 victory Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium in a rematch of the 2000 Independence Bowl.
It was almost like watching a video game on Saturday.
If only it had been, the Mississippi State Bulldogs could have maybe found a way to pull the plug on it.
The numbers put up by quarterback Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies were crazy.
Texas A&M had 386 yards of total offense by halftime and ended up with 693 to soundly defeat Mississippi State 38-13 at Davis Wade Stadium.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were not able to produce on either side of the football on Saturday and ultimately the game went the way of Texas A&M.
Comparing the two sides, it was clear that it was as MSU coach Dan Mullen stated â€śas bad a performance offensively as weâ€™ve had here in quite a long time.â€ť
There were quite a few eyes looking upon the progress of Mississippi State and Texas A&M on Saturday.
WEST POINT â€“ The Starkville High School basketball teams opened the season on Saturday at the West Point Classic and both dropped close games to Greenwood.
For the Lady Yellowjackets, their loss came in overtime 67-65, while the boys lost a 61-58 decision.
The SHS girls had a strong first half, leading 30-17 at halftime, but couldn't sustain it in the second half.
By JEFF AMY
JACKSON â€” Republican Gregg Harper is the only one of Mississippiâ€™s four congressmen who doesnâ€™t face major party opposition on Nov. 6.
Reform Party candidate John â€śLukeâ€ť Pannell stands between Harper and a third term representing central Mississippiâ€™s 3rd District.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Kewon Delarryous Doss was found guilty of manslaughter during the third and final week of Oktibbeha County Circuit Courtâ€™s fall term.
He was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Doss was previously charged with killing 38-year-old Larry Davis, his uncle, in January.
By STEVEN NALLEY
A Mississippi State University official proposed a policy revision that would end tobacco use on campus by August 2014.