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East Mississippi plays for national title today

December 8, 2013

SCOOBA – There has never been a national championship in football decided in the state of Mississippi.
That all changes today.
No. 2 East Mississippi (11-0) plays No. 1 Georgia Military (11-0) at Biloxi Indians Stadium in Biloxi in the NJCAA national championship game.

EMCC offense: Lions proud to be prolific, balanced

December 8, 2013

SCOOBA – The East Mississippi Community College has proved to opponents this year that it has a very dangerous offense.
It's not just because of the scoring as the Lions have averaged 63.2 points per game and defeated Coahoma Community College 90-7 earlier this season. EMCC has the yards to go with those points.

EMCC defense: Opponents have difficulty scoring on EMCC

December 8, 2013

SCOOBA – When it comes to the East Mississippi Community College Lions, most people look and at the stats and see an offensive team.
The Lion defense has been just as good, if not better than the offense this season. The unit has given up just 85 points in 11 games this season with 52 of those points coming in two postseason games. 
The defense has pitched five shutouts this season.

SMITH COLUMN: Liberty Bowl has interest in Bulldogs

December 8, 2013

The Liberty Bowl made it very clear down the stretch of the season that the Mississippi State Bulldogs were on its radar.
Scouts from the Memphis-based NCAA postseason bowl attended MSU's games in Little Rock, Ark., against Arkansas and in Starkville for the Egg Bowl against Ole Miss, both overtime victories for the Bulldogs.

Panthers progress throughout season

December 8, 2013

The French Camp Panthers began the season as favorites to play in the state championship game.
French Camp had made the trip last year, but was defeated by Stringer. This year the Panthers had everyone back so the odds were in their favor, but as the season got underway, the tale took a different turn for French Camp.

The Bulldogs swat Lady Hornets 75-49

December 8, 2013

Mississippi State's women basketball team erased all doubt within the first 4 minutes of Saturday night's ballgame.
The Bulldogs opened the game on an 11-0 run and never looked back as they knocked off the Alabama State Lady Hornets 75-49 inside Humphrey Coliseum.
With the win, MSU improved to 9-1 for the season, the best start for the women's team since the 2008-09 campaign.

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