Archive - 2013
Mississippi State and Auburn aren't really considered rivals.
The two teams are in the Southeastern Conference Western Division, and have played 86 times.
Since coach Dan Mullen took over the Bulldog program, the first SEC game for MSU has been Auburn. He sees that as an instant rival.
Ed Rich does not sound like a coach that has an undefeated football team after three games.
Despite being 3-0 at this point of the season, Rich said the Southaven Chargers have a long way to go and much improvement to make.
Hillcrest Christian School is looking to begin district play with a win as it travels to Starkville Friday to face the Volunteers of Starkville Academy.
As his team prepares for the journey north, Cougars coach Darrow Anderson knows it's in for a battle once they take the field.
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Mississippi State Universityâ€™s fall 2013 freshman class is breaking records.
The university reported 3,156 first-time freshmen enrolling in the university â€” the largest such class in the universityâ€™s history.
The large incoming class marked a continuation in a trend of recent years of steady undergraduate enrollment growth at the university.
The Starkville School District Board approved a plan to hire consultants to help teachers prepare students for SATP testing at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening.
The Starkville Community Theatre kicks off its 37th season Thursday night with Neil Simon's classic comedy, "The Odd Couple."
Friends of Starkville Library will begin its 2013-14 season of Books & Authors on Thursday.
The monthly series will be held at noon on the second Thursday of the month at the Starkville-Oktibbeha Public Library. The first author of the year will be Joe Lee, a Starkville native, bringing his new book "Last Chance Texaco."
MATHISTON â€“ The East Webster football roster has Deangelo Liggins listed as quarterback, running back and defensive back.
Liggins can do a little bit of everything and his talents were on display last Friday night.
EUPORA â€“ He wears number 34 as a tribute to Walter Payton.
When not on the football field, he likes to relax and spend time with his family and he just might be one of the most selfless athletes playing high school football.
Webster County has always had a tradition of producing some pretty good high school football.
What's taking place for the East Webster Wolverines and Eupora Eagles so far this season has been nothing short of incredible.