Archive - 2013
It's shaping up to be a nice bowl season for the Southeastern Conference.
The two Mississippi schools of the league got things off on a positive note to close 2013 with victories in its postseason bowls.
Sherise Williams tries to keep things simple.
When it comes to playing in the post for the Mississippi State women's basketball team, Williams said that's the best approach to take into games.
The Mississippi State baseball program reached new heights in 2013.
After advancing to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb., the Bulldogs worked all of the way into the NCAA National Championship Series.
MSU fell short of the goal of the national title and finished second in the nation to UCLA, but it was still good enough for the best season of any team sport in school history.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. â€“ Dan Mullen hasnâ€™t had a losing season at Mississippi State since his first year directing the Bulldogs.
MSU finished 5-7 in 2009, but rattled off three-straight winning seasons and three bowl appearances.
It took the Mississippi State Bulldogs a little while to get things back in gear Monday night.
Once the Bulldogs shook off some holiday rust, they showed why they have won 13 out of 14 games so far this season.
MSU went on a 12-0 run to open the second half and ended up defeating the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devilettes 98-58 at Humphrey Coliseum.
Elizabeth Louise Rhodes Patterson, 89, passed away on December 29, 2013 at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville, MS. Â She was born in High Point, MS to Homer and Elva Horton Rhodes. Â She was a homemaker and life time member of Longview Methodist Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Johnnie Patterson; and daughter, Ann Patterson.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. â€“ P.J. Jones has spent the better part of this season trying to play through pain.
The MSU junior defensive lineman injured his foot in just the second practice that was held in August getting ready for the season. He has battled through that pain ever since.
It may have been called the Sun Bowl, but it could have very easily been called the Fog Bowl in 1974.
In only the fourth-ever bowl appearance for Mississippi State, quarterback Rockey Felker led the Bulldogs to El Paso, Texas, against the North Carolina Tar Heels.
Both teams had to deal with a rising fog that developed across the field in the first half.